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    A grand eloquence, little conscience.

    Source: Spanish
    A great lance-thrust to a dead Moor.

    Source: Spanish
    A great leap gives a great shake.

    Source: Spanish
    A great man's entreaty is a command.

    Source: Spanish
    A great position entails great responsibility.

    Source: Spanish
    A hair casts its shadow on the ground.

    Source: Spanish
    A handful of motherwit is worth a bushel of learning.

    Source: Spanish
    A handsome man is not quite poor.

    Source: Spanish
    A handsome woman is either silly or vain.

    Source: Spanish
    A hangman is a good trade, he doth his work by daylight.

    Source: Spanish
    A house filled with guests is eaten up and ill spoken of.

    Source: Spanish
    A house ready built and a vineyard ready planted.

    Source: Spanish
    A hundred tailors, a hundred millers, and a hundred weavers, are three hundred thieves.

    Source: Spanish
    A hundred years hence we shall all be bald.

    Source: Spanish
    A hungry belly listens to no one.

    Source: Spanish
    A hungry man discovers more than a hundred lawyers.

    Source: Spanish
    A hungry man is an angry man.

    Source: Spanish
    A husband with one eye rather than with a son.

    Source: Spanish
    A kitchen-dog is never a good rabbit-hunter.

    Source: Spanish
    A lame goat will not sleep by day.

    Source: Spanish
    A lawsuit for a maravedi consumes a real's worth of paper.

    Source: Spanish
    A lazy ox is little the better for the goad.

    Source: Spanish
    A lazy youth, a lousy age.

    Source: Spanish
    A little gall embitters much honey.

    Source: Spanish
    A little loss frightens, a great one tames.

    Source: Spanish
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