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    Plough or not plough, you must pay your rent.

    Source: Spanish
    Plough wet or dry, and you will not have to kiss your neighbour's breech.

    Source: Spanish
    Pluck it from among the thistles, and we will take it off your hands.

    Source: Spanish
    Possession and good right, with lance in hand.

    Source: Spanish
    Pound the garlic, Pedro, whilst I grate the cheese.

    Source: Spanish
    Pour not water on a drowned mouse.

    Source: Spanish
    Poverty does not destroy virtue, nor does wealth bestow it.

    Source: Spanish
    Poverty is no sin, but it is a branch of roguery.

    Source: Spanish
    Poverty is no sin.

    Source: Spanish
    Poverty is not a crime.

    Source: Spanish
    Praise yourself, basket, for I want to sell you.

    Source: Spanish
    Pray to God, but hammer away.

    Source: Spanish
    Prison and Lent were made for the poor.

    Source: Spanish
    Procrastination is the thief of time.

    Source: Spanish
    Prosperity forgets father and mother.

    Source: Spanish
    Put a beggar into your barn and he will make himself your heir.

    Source: Spanish
    Rather mulberry than almond. (The almond-tree is in blossom earlier than the mulberry.)

    Source: Spanish
    Rats do not play tricks with kittens.

    Source: Spanish
    Renounce the devil, and thou shalt wear a shabby coat.

    Source: Spanish
    Right or wrong, 'tis our house up to the roof.

    Source: Spanish
    Right or wrong, God aid our purpose.

    Source: Spanish
    Right or wrong, God aid our purpose.

    Source: Spanish
    Right overstrained turns to wrong.

    Source: Spanish
    Rise early and watch, labour and catch.

    Source: Spanish
    Said the frying pay to the kettle, Stand off, black bottom.

    Source: Spanish
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