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    Wise Sayings


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    Michael is quits; he lost a ducat and gained a rabbit.

    Source: Spanish
    Miguel, Miguel, you have no bees, and yet sell honey.

    Source: Spanish
    Mildness governs more than anger.

    Source: Spanish
    Milk the cow that standeth still.

    Source: Spanish
    Money gets money.

    Source: Spanish
    Money soothes more than a gentleman\'s words.

    Source: Spanish
    Money turns bad into good.

    Source: Spanish
    Money will do more than my lord's letter.

    Source: Spanish
    Moses (i.e. a Jew) does not play because he has not the means.

    Source: Spanish
    Mother, marry me, marry me, or the gull will fly away with me.

    Source: Spanish
    Mother, what is marrying? Spinning, bearing children, and crying, daughter.

    Source: Spanish
    Much talking, much erring.

    Source: Spanish
    My daughter-in-law tucked up her sleeves, and upset the kettle into the fire.

    Source: Spanish
    My life and soul (are at your service), but not my pack-saddle.

    Source: Spanish
    My neighbour's goat gives more milk than mine.

    Source: Spanish
    My neighbour\'s hen lays more eggs than mine.

    Source: Spanish
    My sister's son is a kinsman beyond dispute.

    Source: Spanish
    My teeth are nearer than my kindred.

    Source: Spanish
    My teeth before my relations.

    Source: Spanish
    My word is my bond.

    Source: Spanish
    Nae man can baith sup an' blaw thegither.

    Source: Spanish
    Name not a rope in his house that hanged himself.

    Source: Spanish
    Needle and thread are half clothing.

    Source: Spanish
    Needs must when the devil drives.

    Source: Spanish
    Neither a good friar for friend, nor a bad one for enemy.

    Source: Spanish
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