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    Three men helping one another will do as much as six men singly.

    Source: Spanish
    Three Spaniards, four opinions.

    Source: Spanish
    Three strikes and you are out.

    Source: Spanish
    Three things are not to be trusted; a cow's horn, a dog's tooth, and a horse's hoof.

    Source: Spanish
    Three things kill a man: a scorching son, suppers, and cares.

    Source: Spanish
    Three things must epigrams, like bees, have all, A sting, and honey, and a body small.

    Source: Spanish
    Three who held each other are as good as six.

    Source: Spanish
    Through not spending enough we spend too much.

    Source: Spanish
    To a depraved taste sweet is bitter.

    Source: Spanish
    To a hard knot a hard wedge.

    Source: Spanish
    To a hasty demand a leisure reply.

    Source: Spanish
    To a son-in-law and a hog you need show the way but once.

    Source: Spanish
    To a woman and a magpie tell your secrets in the marketplace.

    Source: Spanish
    To be a merchant, the art consists more in getting paid than in making sales.

    Source: Spanish
    To be like the esquire of Guadalaxara, who knew nothing in the morning of what he said at night.

    Source: Spanish
    To be like the tailor of Campillo, who worked for nothing, and found thread.

    Source: Spanish
    To beards with money cavaliers pay respect.

    Source: Spanish
    To change one's mind is rather a sign of prudence than ignorance.

    Source: Spanish
    To eat and to scratch one has but to begin.

    Source: Spanish
    To err is human, to forgive divine.

    Source: Spanish
    To every evil doer his evil day.

    Source: Spanish
    To find oneself in tight breeches. (Ill at ease--we say in tight boots.)

    Source: Spanish
    To flee and to run are not all one.

    Source: Spanish
    To forget a wrong is the best revenge.

    Source: Spanish
    To give is honour, to love is grief.

    Source: Spanish
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