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    Wise Sayings


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    There is no thief without a receiver.

    Source: Spanish
    There is no worse apprentice than the one who doesn't want to know.

    Source: Spanish
    There is not a pair of ears for every Jew.

    Source: Spanish
    There is some distance between Peter and Peter.

    Source: Spanish
    There is truth in wine.

    Source: Spanish
    There would be no ill word if it were not ill taken.

    Source: Spanish
    There's no argument like that of the stick.

    Source: Spanish
    There\'s no making a good cloak of bad cloth.

    Source: Spanish
    They may whip me in the market-place, so it be not known at home.

    Source: Spanish
    They took away the mirror from me because I was ugly, and gave it to the blind woman.

    Source: Spanish
    They turn night into day.

    Source: Spanish
    They two agreed like two cats in a gutter.

    Source: Spanish
    They whip the cat, if our mistress does not spin.

    Source: Spanish
    They who don't keep goats and yet sell kids, where do they get them?

    Source: Spanish
    They who don't kill pigs must not expect black-puddings.

    Source: Spanish
    This is the milkmaid's tale.

    Source: Spanish
    Though my father-in-law is a good man, I do not like a dog with a bell.

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    Though the speaker be a fool, let the hearer be wise.

    Source: Spanish
    Though the sun shines, leave not your cloak at home.

    Source: Spanish
    Though you are a prudent old man, do not despise counsel.

    Source: Spanish
    Though you see me with this coat, I have another up the mountain.

    Source: Spanish
    Though your bloodhound be gentle, don't bite him on the lip.

    Source: Spanish
    Threatened men eat bread.

    Source: Spanish
    Threatened men live long.

    Source: Spanish
    Three daughters and their mother, four devils for the father.

    Source: Spanish
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