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    He who has no house of his own is everywhere at home.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has no voice in the valley, will have none in the council.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has no wife, is for thrashing her daily; but he that has one, takes care of her.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has servants has unavoidable enemies.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has sheep has fleeces.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has shipped the devil, must carry him over the sound.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has to deal with a blockhead has need of much brains.

    Source: Spanish
    He who has two masters to serve must lie to one of them.

    Source: Spanish
    He who helps everybody, helps nobody.

    Source: Spanish
    He who is everybody's friend is either very poor or very rich.

    Source: Spanish
    He who is feared gets more than his own.

    Source: Spanish
    He who is in the mud likes to get another into it.

    Source: Spanish
    He who is silent gains store.

    Source: Spanish
    He who keeps his own secret avoids much mischief.

    Source: Spanish
    He who knows little soon tells it.

    Source: Spanish
    He who laid a snare for me has fallen into it.

    Source: Spanish
    He who lives a long life must pass through much evil.

    Source: Spanish
    He who lives in hopes, breakfasts ill and sups worse.

    Source: Spanish
    He who looks demurely trust not with your money.

    Source: Spanish
    He who loves Bertrand loves his dog.

    Source: Spanish
    He who loves me loves my dog too.

    Source: Spanish
    He who loves Peter won't harm his dog.

    Source: Spanish
    He who loves well is slow to forget.

    Source: Spanish
    He who loves well, obeys well.

    Source: Spanish
    He who made fun of the old man, laughed at first and cried afterwards.

    Source: Spanish
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