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    The fire well knows whose cloak burns.

    Source: Spanish
    The first drink with water, the second without water, the third like water.

    Source: Spanish
    The first duty of a soldier is obedience.

    Source: Spanish
    The first faults are theirs that commit them, the second theirs that permit them.

    Source: Spanish
    The first wife is a broom, and the second a lady.

    Source: Spanish
    The fist loss is the best.

    Source: Spanish
    The fox does not do as much mischief in a year as it pays for in an hour.

    Source: Spanish
    The fox is knowing, but more knowing he who catches him.

    Source: Spanish
    The fox knows well with whom he plays tricks.

    Source: Spanish
    The fox that tarries long is on the watch for prey.

    Source: Spanish
    The friar who begs for God begs for two.

    Source: Spanish
    The full-fed cow makes company of her tail.

    Source: Spanish
    The gallows takes its own.

    Source: Spanish
    The gardener\'s dog, neither full nor hungry.

    Source: Spanish
    The gardener's feet do no harm to the garden.

    Source: Spanish
    The gentle lamb sucks any ewe as well as its mother; the surly lamb sucks neither its own nor another.

    Source: Spanish
    The girl as she is taught, the flax as it is wrought.

    Source: Spanish
    The glass-dealer's horses fell out, and he looked on to see which kicked hardest.

    Source: Spanish
    The goat can't well cover herself with her tail.

    Source: Spanish
    The golden ass passes everywhere.

    Source: Spanish
    The gossips fall out and tell each other truths.

    Source: Spanish
    The green burns for the dry, and the righteous pay for sinners.

    Source: Spanish
    The grey mare is the better horse.

    Source: Spanish
    The gutter by dropping wears the stone.

    Source: Spanish
    The heart is no traitor.

    Source: Spanish
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