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    The act of treachery is liked, but not he that does it.

    Source: Spanish
    The ant gets wings that she may perish sooner.

    Source: Spanish
    The ass dead, the barley at his tail.

    Source: Spanish
    The ass knows well in whose face be brays.

    Source: Spanish
    The ass of many owners is food for wolves.

    Source: Spanish
    The bacon of paradise for the married man that does not repent.

    Source: Spanish
    The bad barber leaves neither hair nor skin.

    Source: Spanish
    The bad man always suspects knavery.

    Source: Spanish
    The bath has sworn not to whiten the blackamoor.

    Source: Spanish
    The beast that goes well is never without some one to try his paces.

    Source: Spanish
    The beginning of health is to know the disease.

    Source: Spanish
    The best cast at dice is not to play.

    Source: Spanish
    The best cloth has uneven threads.

    Source: Spanish
    The best cook drops a whole tomato.

    Source: Spanish
    The best feed of a horse is his master's eye.

    Source: Spanish
    The bow that is always bent slackens or breaks.

    Source: Spanish
    The bowels support the heart, and not the heart the bowels.

    Source: Spanish
    The boy is father to the man.

    Source: Spanish
    The brain, that sows not corn, plants thistles.

    Source: Spanish
    The busy fly is in every man's dish.

    Source: Spanish
    The busy man is troubled with but one devil, the idle man by a thousand.

    Source: Spanish
    The buyer has need of a hundred eyes. the seller but one.

    Source: Spanish
    The cask full, the mother-in-law drunk.

    Source: Spanish
    The cask smells of the wine it contains.

    Source: Spanish
    The cat always leaves her mark upon her friend.

    Source: Spanish
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