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    The stone is hard and the drop is small, but a hole is made by the constant fall.

    Source: Spanish
    The thorn comes into the world point foremost.

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    The thread breaks where it is thinnest.

    Source: Spanish
    The threatener loses the opportunity of vengeance.

    Source: Spanish
    The threshold says nothing but what it hears of the hinge.

    Source: Spanish
    The tide will fetch away what the ebb brings.

    Source: Spanish
    The tiger that has once tasted blood is never sated with the taste of it.

    Source: Spanish
    The tired ox plants his foot firmly.

    Source: Spanish
    The tongue of a bad friend cuts more than a knife.

    Source: Spanish
    The voice of the people is the voice of God.

    Source: Spanish
    The wages of sin is death.

    Source: Spanish
    The wedding feast is not made with mushrooms only.

    Source: Spanish
    The well-bred hound, if he does not hunt to-day will hunt to-morrow.

    Source: Spanish
    The well-dressed woman draws her husband away from another woman's door.

    Source: Spanish
    The well-fed sheep makes a cloak of its tail.

    Source: Spanish
    The winter is gone, the spring is come, a fly for those who us good have done.

    Source: Spanish
    The wise hand does not all that the tongue says.

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    The wise knows that he does not know; the ignoramus thinks he knows.

    Source: Spanish
    The wise man does not hang his knowledge on a hook.

    Source: Spanish
    The wolf and the fox are both in one story.

    Source: Spanish
    The wolf changes his teeth but not his disposition.

    Source: Spanish
    The wolf commits no mischief at home.

    Source: Spanish
    The wolf does that in the course of the week which hinders him from going to mass on Sunday.

    Source: Spanish
    The wolf picks up the ass's fleas by moonlight.

    Source: Spanish
    The woman in finery, the house in filth, but the doorway swept.

    Source: Spanish
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