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    He who strives to do, does more than he who has the power.

    Source: Spanish
    He who stumbles and does not fall mends his pace.

    Source: Spanish
    He who stumbles twice over one stone deserves to break his shins.

    Source: Spanish
    He who takes the wrong road must make his journey twice over.

    Source: Spanish
    He who talks much is sometimes right.

    Source: Spanish
    He who tells his own secret will hardly keep another\'s.

    Source: Spanish
    He who threatens to strike, and does not, is afraid.

    Source: Spanish
    He who trifles with his enemy dies by his hand.

    Source: Spanish
    He who wants a mule without fault must walk on foot.

    Source: Spanish
    He who wants to be rich in a year comes to the gallows in half a year.

    Source: Spanish
    He who wants to catch fish must not mind a wetting.

    Source: Spanish
    He who wants to kill his dog only has to say he is mad.

    Source: Spanish
    He who was first an acolyte, and afterwards an abbot or curate, knows what the boys do behind the altar.

    Source: Spanish
    He who works on the highway will have many advisers.

    Source: Spanish
    He who would cheat the fox must rise early.

    Source: Spanish
    He who would take must give.

    Source: Spanish
    He who would thrive must follow the church, the sea, or the king's service.

    Source: Spanish
    He whose house is tiled with glass should not throw stones at his neighbour's.

    Source: Spanish
    He will never worship well the image on the altar who knew it when it was a trunk of wood in the garden.

    Source: Spanish
    Health and cheerfulness make beauty; finery and cosmetics cost money and lie.

    Source: Spanish
    Hear first, and speak afterwards.

    Source: Spanish
    Him who errs, forgive once, but never twice.

    Source: Spanish
    His bread fell into the honey.

    Source: Spanish
    His courage oozed out at his fingers' ends.

    Source: Spanish
    Honey was not made for the mouth of the ass.

    Source: Spanish
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