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    Neither handsome enough to kill, nor ugly enough to frighten.

    Source: Spanish
    Neither serve one who has been a servant, nor beg of one who has been a beggar.

    Source: Spanish
    Neither sign a paper without reading it, nor drink water without seeing it.

    Source: Spanish
    Never advise a man to go to the wars, or to marry.

    Source: Spanish
    Never advise anyone to go to war or to marry.

    Source: Spanish
    Never ask of him who has, but of him you know wishes you well.

    Source: Spanish
    Never ask pardon before you are accused.

    Source: Spanish
    Never put your thumbs between two grinders.

    Source: Spanish
    Never spread your corn to dry before the door of a saintly man.

    Source: Spanish
    New loves drive out the old.

    Source: Spanish
    New trappings to an old mule.

    Source: Spanish
    Night brings counsel.

    Source: Spanish
    No flies light on a boiling pot.

    Source: Spanish
    No fly gets into a shut mouth.

    Source: Spanish
    No Jew a fool; no hare lazy.

    Source: Spanish
    No joy without alloy.

    Source: Spanish
    No king was ever a traitor, or pope excommunicated.

    Source: Spanish
    No man is quick enough to enjoy life to the full.

    Source: Spanish
    No need to seek shelter for an old ox.

    Source: Spanish
    No one would be an innkeeper but for money.

    Source: Spanish
    No relation is poor.

    Source: Spanish
    No revenge is more honourable than the one not taken.

    Source: Spanish
    No rogue like the godly rogue.

    Source: Spanish
    No woman is ugly when she is dressed.

    Source: Spanish
    No wonder if he breaks his head who stumbles twice over one stone.

    Source: Spanish
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