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    Wise Sayings


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    Salt split is never all gathered.

    Source: Spanish
    Say before they say.

    Source: Spanish
    Seat yourself in your place and you will not be made to quit it.

    Source: Spanish
    See how he has risen from a mayor to a hangman.

    Source: Spanish
    See that you tie so that you can untie.

    Source: Spanish
    See, hear, and hold your tongue.

    Source: Spanish
    Sell publicly and buy privately.

    Source: Spanish
    Sense comes with age.

    Source: Spanish
    Serve a lord and you'll know what is grief.

    Source: Spanish
    Set a peasant on horseback, and he forgets both God and man.

    Source: Spanish
    Set a sprat to catch a mackerel.

    Source: Spanish
    Seven brothers in a council make wrong right.

    Source: Spanish
    Seven is company, and nine confusion. (Alluding to a dinner party.)

    Source: Spanish
    She is fond of greens who kisses the gardener.

    Source: Spanish
    She is good and honoured who is dead and buried.

    Source: Spanish
    She is good who is close to the fire and does not burn.

    Source: Spanish
    She is nether fish nor fowl.

    Source: Spanish
    She who loves an ugly man thinks him handsome.

    Source: Spanish
    Shoemakers go to mass and pray that sheep may die.

    Source: Spanish
    Shoot at a pigeon and kill a crow.

    Source: Spanish
    Short hose must have long points.

    Source: Spanish
    Shut your door, and you will make your neighbour a good woman.

    Source: Spanish
    Silence and look out, we shall catch both hen and chicks.

    Source: Spanish
    Silent water is dangerous water.

    Source: Spanish
    Silly sheep, where one goes, all go.

    Source: Spanish
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