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    Nobody sows a thing that will not sell.

    Source: Spanish
    Not all things have to be scrutinized, nor all friends tested, not all enemies exposed and denounced.

    Source: Spanish
    Not he gives who likes, but who has.

    Source: Spanish
    Not the cry, but the flight of the wild duck, leads the flock to fly and follow.

    Source: Spanish
    Not to wish to recover is a mortal symptom.

    Source: Spanish
    Nothing is lost on a journey by stopping to pray or to feed your horse.

    Source: Spanish
    Now that I have an ewe and a lamb, every one says to me: Good morrow, Peter.

    Source: Spanish
    Nurse, you are mistress whilst the child sucks, and after that nothing.

    Source: Spanish
    Of brothers-in-law and red dogs few are good.

    Source: Spanish
    Of evils, the least.

    Source: Spanish
    Of other men's leather large thongs.

    Source: Spanish
    Of soups and loves the first are the best.

    Source: Spanish
    Of the malady a man fears, he dies.

    Source: Spanish
    Of your wife and your tried friend believe nothing but what you know for certain.

    Source: Spanish
    Old as is the boat it may cross the ferry once.

    Source: Spanish
    On a hot day muffle yourself more.

    Source: Spanish
    On a long journey even a straw weighs heavy.

    Source: Spanish
    On dry land even brackish water is good.

    Source: Spanish
    One ass among many monkeys is grinned at by all.

    Source: Spanish
    One bee is better than a thousand flies.

    Source: Spanish
    One cannot blow and swallow at the same time.

    Source: Spanish
    One drink is just right; two is too many; three are too few.

    Source: Spanish
    One eye on the frying-pan and the other on the cat.

    Source: Spanish
    One falsehood leads to another.

    Source: Spanish
    One grievance borne, another follows.

    Source: Spanish
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