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    Wise Sayings


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    The ox without a bell is soon lost.

    Source: Spanish
    The paunch warm, the foot sleepy.

    Source: Spanish
    The pitcher goes so often to the well, that it leaves its handle or its mouth.

    Source: Spanish
    The poor man has his crop destroyed by hail every year.

    Source: Spanish
    The poor-houses are filled with the honestest people.

    Source: Spanish
    The rat that has but one hole is soon caught.

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

    Source: Spanish
    The rich man transgresses the law, and the poor man is punished.

    Source: Spanish
    The righteous man sins before an open chest.

    Source: Spanish
    The rotten apple spoils its companion.

    Source: Spanish
    The scalded cat dreads cold water.

    Source: Spanish
    The secret in swimming is to know how to take care of your clothes.

    Source: Spanish
    The secret of patience is doing something else in the meantime.

    Source: Spanish
    The servant wench that has a mother in town swoons seven times a day.

    Source: Spanish
    The sharper soon cheats the covetous man.

    Source: Spanish
    The sharper the storm, the sooner it's over.

    Source: Spanish
    The shirt is nearer than the frock.

    Source: Spanish
    The smith's dog sleeps at the noise of the hammer, and wakes at the grinding of teeth.

    Source: Spanish
    The snail, to be rid of annoyances, bartered its eyes for horns.

    Source: Spanish
    The son of an ass brays twice a day.

    Source: Spanish
    The spider's web lets the rat escape and catches the fly.

    Source: Spanish
    The spot will come out in the washing.

    Source: Spanish
    The squeaking wheel gets the grease.

    Source: Spanish
    The stew mixed by many is ill-seasoned and worse cooked.

    Source: Spanish
    The stew that boils much loses flavour.

    Source: Spanish
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