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    Let it be a husband, though it be but a log.

    Source: Spanish
    Let no one say, "Of this water I will not drink."

    Source: Spanish
    Let no one take a pawn that eats.

    Source: Spanish
    Let no shovel-beaked bird ever enter your yard.

    Source: Spanish
    Let the dog bark so he don't bite me.

    Source: Spanish
    Let the miracle be wrought, though it be by the devil.

    Source: Spanish
    Let the sun shine on me, for I care not for the moon.

    Source: Spanish
    Let them be birds. (Small eggs make little soup.)

    Source: Spanish
    Let them talk of men, and beg of me.

    Source: Spanish
    Let them whip me in the market-place, provided it be not known at home.

    Source: Spanish
    Let there be food in the pigeon-house, and the pigeons will come to it.

    Source: Spanish
    Let there be no lack of food in the pigeon-house, and the pigeons will come to it.

    Source: Spanish
    Let there be writing before you pay, and receipt before you write.

    Source: Spanish
    Let those pater nosters be for your own soul. (Ironical, against swearing.)

    Source: Spanish
    Let what is lost go for God's sake.

    Source: Spanish
    Like a collier's sack, bad without and worse within.

    Source: Spanish
    Like a parakeet that says what he knows but doesn't know what he says.

    Source: Spanish
    Like Banbury tinkers that in mending one hole make three.

    Source: Spanish
    Like blood, like good, and like age, make the happiest marriage.

    Source: Spanish
    Lip courtesy avails much and costs little.

    Source: Spanish
    Listeners hear no good of themselves.

    Source: Spanish
    Listeners never hear any good of themselves.

    Source: Spanish
    Little and often fills the purse.

    Source: Spanish
    Little beard, little modesty.

    Source: Spanish
    Little bird, little nest.

    Source: Spanish
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