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    Since I wronged you, I have never liked you.

    Source: Spanish
    Since we cannot get what we like, let us like what we can get.

    Source: Spanish
    Since we have loaves let us not look for cakes.

    Source: Spanish
    Since you have scolding me, I have counted a hundred and twenty holes in that nutmeg grater.

    Source: Spanish
    Skilled hands eat trouts.

    Source: Spanish
    Sleep is the best cure for waking troubles.

    Source: Spanish
    Sleep over it, and you will come to a resolution.

    Source: Spanish
    Smoke, a dripping roof, and a scolding wife, are enough to drive a man out of his life.

    Source: Spanish
    So money gets money.

    Source: Spanish
    So wise, so young, they say, do ne'er live long.

    Source: Spanish
    So you tell me there are wolves on the mountain, and foxes in the valley.

    Source: Spanish
    So yourself be good, a fig for your grandfather.

    Source: Spanish
    Soft and fair goes far.

    Source: Spanish
    Some day Peter will command as much as his master.

    Source: Spanish
    Some go to law, for the wagging of a straw.

    Source: Spanish
    Some have the fame, and other card the wool.

    Source: Spanish
    Sour wine, old bacon, and rye bread keep a house rich.

    Source: Spanish
    Sow corn in clay, and plant vines in sand.

    Source: Spanish
    Sow dry and set wet.

    Source: Spanish
    Sow much, reap much; sow little, reap little.

    Source: Spanish
    Stealing would be a nice thing, if thieves were hanged by the girdle.

    Source: Spanish
    Steel whets steel.

    Source: Spanish
    Such awkward things will happen as going into the great square and coming back without ears.

    Source: Spanish
    Sugared words generally prove bitter.

    Source: Spanish
    Take away the motive, and the sin is taken away.

    Source: Spanish
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