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    One knavery is met by another.

    Source: Spanish
    One love drives out another.

    Source: Spanish
    One man beats the bush, another catcheth the bird.

    Source: Spanish
    One starts the game and another bags it.

    Source: Spanish
    One stroke on the nail and a hundred on the horseshoe.

    Source: Spanish
    One trick is met by another.

    Source: Spanish
    One volunteer is worth two pressed men.

    Source: Spanish
    One wedding brings another.

    Source: Spanish
    One wolf does not bite another.

    Source: Spanish
    One's prog does not clog.

    Source: Spanish
    Order and do it, and you will be rid of anxiety.

    Source: Spanish
    Other folks' cares kill the ass.

    Source: Spanish
    Paper and ink and little justice.

    Source: Spanish
    Pay what you owe, and be cured of your complaint.

    Source: Spanish
    Peace and patience, and death with penitence.

    Source: Spanish
    Peralvillo justice: hang a man first and try him afterwards.

    Source: Spanish
    Peter is so godly that God does not improve his condition.

    Source: Spanish
    Peter pinches me, and I like it.

    Source: Spanish
    Play with an ass and he will flirt his tail in your face.

    Source: Spanish
    Play with the fool at home, and he will play with you abroad.

    Source: Spanish
    Play's gude, while it is play.

    Source: Spanish
    Please the eye, and pick the purse.

    Source: Spanish
    Please your eye and plague your heart.

    Source: Spanish
    Plough deep and you will have plenty of corn.

    Source: Spanish
    Plough deep whilst sluggards sleep, And you shall have corn to sell and to keep.

    Source: Spanish
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