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    The cat is friendly, but scratches.

    Source: Spanish
    The church, the sea, or the royal household, for whoever would thrive.

    Source: Spanish
    The cross on his breast, and the devil in his acts.

    Source: Spanish
    The cross on his breast, and the devil in his heart.

    Source: Spanish
    The day I did not make my toilette, there came to my house one I did not expect.

    Source: Spanish
    The day you marry 'tis either kill or cure.

    Source: Spanish
    The dearest child of all is the dead one.

    Source: Spanish
    The deceived sheep that went for wool and came back shorn.

    Source: Spanish
    The devil gets into the belfry by the vicar's skirts.

    Source: Spanish
    The devil is so fond of his son that he put out his eye.

    Source: Spanish
    The dog that has its bitch in town never barks well.

    Source: Spanish
    The dress does not make the friar.

    Source: Spanish
    The drowning man is not troubled by rain.

    Source: Spanish
    The drunkard and the glutton come to poverty, and drowsiness clothes a man with rags.

    Source: Spanish
    The earth hides as it takes, the physician's mistakes.

    Source: Spanish
    The envious man\'s face grows sharp and his eyes big.

    Source: Spanish
    The epicure puts his purse into his belly.

    Source: Spanish
    The evil which issues from thy mouth falls into thy bosom.

    Source: Spanish
    The evil wound is cured, but not the evil name.

    Source: Spanish
    The exception proves the rule.

    Source: Spanish
    The exception which proves the rule.

    Source: Spanish
    The father of a saint, the son of a sinner.

    Source: Spanish
    The fault is as great as he that commits it.

    Source: Spanish
    The fertile field becomes sterile without rest.

    Source: Spanish
    The fierce ox becomes tame on strange ground.

    Source: Spanish
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