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    It is very savoury to eat scot free.

    Source: Spanish
    It little avails the unfortunate to be brave.

    Source: Spanish
    It will all come out in the soap-suds.

    Source: Spanish
    It's better to arrive on time than to be invited.

    Source: Spanish
    It's dogged as does it.

    Source: Spanish
    It's enough to make a parson swear, or a quaker kick his mother.

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

    Source: Spanish
    It's not worth crying over spilt milk.

    Source: Spanish
    Jest so that it may not turn to earnest.

    Source: Spanish
    Jesting costs money.

    Source: Spanish
    Justice, but not in my own house.

    Source: Spanish
    Kill and thou wilt be killed, and he will be killed who kills thee.

    Source: Spanish
    Know, cabbages, that there is spinach in the stew.

    Source: Spanish
    Know, cabbages, that there is spinach in the stew.

    Source: Spanish
    Large thongs of another man's leather.

    Source: Spanish
    Laws go the way kings direct.

    Source: Spanish
    Laws, like the spider's webs, catch the flies and let the hawk go free.

    Source: Spanish
    Leave the jest at its best.

    Source: Spanish
    Let every man mind his own business.

    Source: Spanish
    Let every sheep hang by it own foot.

    Source: Spanish
    Let every tub stand on its own bottom.

    Source: Spanish
    Let him not complain of being cheated who buys cloth by the pattern.

    Source: Spanish
    Let him play the instrument who knows how.

    Source: Spanish
    Let him that has a mouth not say to another, Blow.

    Source: Spanish
    Let him who does not know you buy you.

    Source: Spanish
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