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    Ingratitude is the daughter of pride.

    Source: Spanish
    Invite your son-in-law to a fowl, and he will take away the lemon.

    Source: Spanish
    It fares ill with the house where the spinning-wheel commands the sword.

    Source: Spanish
    It goes ill in the house where the hen sings and the cock is silent.

    Source: Spanish
    It is a bad hen that eats at your house and lays at another\'s.

    Source: Spanish
    It is a loss of soap to wash the ass's head.

    Source: Spanish
    It is a wise son that knows his own father.

    Source: Spanish
    It is better to be a mouse in a cat\'s mouth than a man in a lawyer\'s hands.

    Source: Spanish
    It is better to leap over the ditch than trust to the pleadings of good men.

    Source: Spanish
    It is better to lose than lose more.

    Source: Spanish
    It is better to strive with a stubborn ass than to carry the wood on one's back.

    Source: Spanish
    It is better to travel hopefully than to arrive.

    Source: Spanish
    It is better to weep with wise men than to laugh with fools.

    Source: Spanish
    It is courage that vanquishes in war, and not good weapons.

    Source: Spanish
    It is fair and just to cheat the cheater.

    Source: Spanish
    It is in putting it into the oven that the loaf is made crooked.

    Source: Spanish
    It is in vain to cast nets in a river where there are no fish.

    Source: Spanish
    It is not in the pilot's power to prevent the wind from blowing.

    Source: Spanish
    It is not necessary to fall into a well to know its depth.

    Source: Spanish
    It is not the fine, but the coarse and ill-spun that breaks.

    Source: Spanish
    It is not the hook or the rod, but the bait that lures.

    Source: Spanish
    It is not the load but the overload that kills.

    Source: Spanish
    It is not the same thing to talk of bulls as to be in the bullring.

    Source: Spanish
    It is nothing, they are only thrashing my husband.

    Source: Spanish
    It is the bait that lures, not the fisherman or the rod.

    Source: Spanish
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