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    Take hold lightly; let go lightly. This is one of the great secrets of felicity in love.

    Source: Spanish
    Take hold of a good minute.

    Source: Spanish
    Take in laundry before you take in partners.

    Source: Spanish
    Take the middle of the way and thou wilt not fall.

    Source: Spanish
    Take the will for the deed.

    Source: Spanish
    Take what you want, then pay for it.

    Source: Spanish
    Taking out and not putting in soon reaches the bottom.

    Source: Spanish
    Talk as you go, husband, to the gallows.

    Source: Spanish
    Talk little and well, and you will be looked upon as somebody.

    Source: Spanish
    Talk much, and err much.

    Source: Spanish
    Talk of sporting, and buy game in the market.

    Source: Spanish
    Talking is easy, action difficult.

    Source: Spanish
    Tell a lie, and you will bring out the truth.

    Source: Spanish
    Tell her she is handsome, and you will turn her head.

    Source: Spanish
    Tell it her once, and the devil will tell it her ten times.

    Source: Spanish
    Tell it well, or say nothing.

    Source: Spanish
    Tell me who you live with, and I will tell you who you are.

    Source: Spanish
    Tell not all you know, nor judge of all you see, if you would live in peace.

    Source: Spanish
    Tell your affairs in the market-place, and one will call them black and another white.

    Source: Spanish
    Tell your friend a lie; and if he keeps it secret, tell him the truth.

    Source: Spanish
    Tell your own story first.

    Source: Spanish
    That which covers thee discovers thee.

    Source: Spanish
    That which is cheap is dear.

    Source: Spanish
    The absent were never in the right.

    Source: Spanish
    The account is correct, but not a sixpense appears.

    Source: Spanish
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