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    Little birds may pick a dead lion.

    Source: Spanish
    Little birds that can sing and won't sing must be made to sing.

    Source: Spanish
    Little by little one goes far.

    Source: Spanish
    Live with wolves, and you learn to howl.

    Source: Spanish
    Long life to the conqueror.

    Source: Spanish
    Lose no rights, and commit no extortions.

    Source: Spanish
    Losers are always in the wrong.

    Source: Spanish
    Love is like war, begin when you like and leave off when you can.

    Source: Spanish
    Love one that does not love you, answer one that does not call you, and you will run a fruitless race.

    Source: Spanish
    Love, grief, and money cannot be kept secret.

    Source: Spanish
    Lovers think that others have no eyes.

    Source: Spanish
    Luck comes to those who look after it.

    Source: Spanish
    Lying and gossiping go hand in hand.

    Source: Spanish
    Mad love--I for you, and you for another.

    Source: Spanish
    Make a bridge of silver for the flying enemy.

    Source: Spanish
    Make good flour, and do not blow the trumpet.

    Source: Spanish
    Make way for a madman and a bull.

    Source: Spanish
    Make your bargain before beginning to plow.

    Source: Spanish
    Man is fire, woman is tow; the devil comes with a bellows.

    Source: Spanish
    Manana is often the busiest day of the week.

    Source: Spanish
    Manual play, clown's play.

    Source: Spanish
    Many kiss hands they would fain see chopped off.

    Source: Spanish
    Mary Busybody never wants a bad day, and Mary Drone has God to give and bring to her.

    Source: Spanish
    May God not so prosper our friends that they forget us.

    Source: Spanish
    May the man be damned and never grow fat, Who wears two faces under one hat.

    Source: Spanish
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