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    The more one has the more one wants.

    Source: Spanish
    The more riches a fool hath, the greater fool he is.

    Source: Spanish
    The more you court a clown the statelier he grows.

    Source: Spanish
    The more you get the more you want.

    Source: Spanish
    The most cautious passes for the most chaste.

    Source: Spanish
    The Mother of God appears to fools.

    Source: Spanish
    The mother of mischief is no bigger than a midge's wing.

    Source: Spanish
    The mother reckons well, but the child reckons better.

    Source: Spanish
    The mother who spoils her child, fattens a serpent.

    Source: Spanish
    The mother-in-law must be entreated, and the pot must be let stand.

    Source: Spanish
    The mountain labored and brought forth a mouse.

    Source: Spanish
    The mouse that knows but one hole is soon caught by the cat.

    Source: Spanish
    The mouse that only trusts to one poor hole, Can never be a mouse of any soul.

    Source: Spanish
    The mouth and the purse, shut.

    Source: Spanish
    The mouth that says yes says no.

    Source: Spanish
    The oaths of one who loves a woman are not to be believed.

    Source: Spanish
    The obscure we see eventually. The completely apparent takes longer.

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    The official who can't lie may as well be out of the world.

    Source: Spanish
    The old for want of ability, and the young for want of knowledge, let things be lost.

    Source: Spanish
    The old man at home, and the young abroad, lie after the same fashion.

    Source: Spanish
    The old wife, if she does not serve for a pot, serves for a cover.

    Source: Spanish
    The one-eyed man is a king in the country of the blind.

    Source: Spanish
    The ox comes to the yoke at the call of his feeder.

    Source: Spanish
    The ox spoke and said "Moo."

    Source: Spanish
    The ox that butted me tossed me into a good place.

    Source: Spanish
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