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    Wise Sayings


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    A man forewarned is as good as two.

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    A man gains nothing by vain glory but contempt and hatred.

    Source: Spanish
    A man may hap to bring home with him what makes him weep.

    Source: Spanish
    A man may lose his goods for want of demanding them.

    Source: Spanish
    A man that has had his fill is no eater.

    Source: Spanish
    A man that is lean, not from hunger, is harder than brass.

    Source: Spanish
    A man who prides himself on his ancestry is like the potato plant, the best part of which is underground.

    Source: Spanish
    A measly hog infects the whole sty.

    Source: Spanish
    A melon and a woman are hard to know.

    Source: Spanish
    A mewing cat is never a good mouser.

    Source: Spanish
    A monkey remains a monkey, though dressed in silk.

    Source: Spanish
    A morsel eaten selfishly does not gain a friend.

    Source: Spanish
    A mule and a woman do what is expected of them.

    Source: Spanish
    A mute bird makes no omen.

    Source: Spanish
    A north wind has no corn, and a poor man no friend.

    Source: Spanish
    A peasant between two lawyers is like a fish between two cats.

    Source: Spanish
    A peasant will stand on the top of a hill for a very long time with his mouth open before a roast duck will fly in.

    Source: Spanish
    A peck of March dust is worth a king's ransom.

    Source: Spanish
    A penny spared is a penny saved.

    Source: Spanish
    A pig bought on credit grunts all the year.

    Source: Spanish
    A pig bought on credit is forever grunting.

    Source: Spanish
    A pig's tail will never make a good arrow.

    Source: Spanish
    A poor man is all schemes.

    Source: Spanish
    A Portuguese apprentice who can't sew, yet would be cutting out.

    Source: Spanish
    A postern door makes a thief.

    Source: Spanish
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