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    Wise Sayings


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    The hen lays upon an egg.

    Source: Spanish
    The honest man enjoys the theft.

    Source: Spanish
    The horse thinks one thing, and his rider another.

    Source: Spanish
    The horseshoe that clatters wants a nail.

    Source: Spanish
    The hunchback does not see his own hump, but sees his companion\'s.

    Source: Spanish
    The Jew ruins himself with passovers, the Moor with wedding feasts, and the Christian with lawsuits.

    Source: Spanish
    The keys at the girdle, the dog in the larder.

    Source: Spanish
    The king goes as far as he can, not so far as he would.

    Source: Spanish
    The king likes the treachery, but not the traitor.

    Source: Spanish
    The kite's malady, its wings broken and its beak sound.

    Source: Spanish
    The land a man knows is his mother.

    Source: Spanish
    The lazy servant to save one step takes eight.

    Source: Spanish
    The leader follows in front.

    Source: Spanish
    The lean dog is all fleas.

    Source: Spanish
    The letter enters with blood.

    Source: Spanish
    The liar is sooner caught than the cripple.

    Source: Spanish
    The lion is not so fierce as he is painted.

    Source: Spanish
    The lion's not half so fierce as he's painted.

    Source: Spanish
    The loyal man lives no longer than the traitor pleases.

    Source: Spanish
    The magistrate's son gets out of every scrape.

    Source: Spanish
    The mare\'s kicks are caresses to the horse.

    Source: Spanish
    The master's foot is manure for the estate.

    Source: Spanish
    The mill gains by gong, and not by standing still.

    Source: Spanish
    The month loses its own, but not the year.

    Source: Spanish
    The more a woman admires her face, the more she ruins her house.

    Source: Spanish
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