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    To him that watches, everything is revealed.

    Source: Spanish
    To him who gives you a capon you may spare a leg and a wing.

    Source: Spanish
    To love and be wise is impossible.

    Source: Spanish
    To mad words deaf ears.

    Source: Spanish
    To own is to fear. [Sp., Tener es temer.]

    Source: Spanish
    To swim and swim more, and be drowned on shore.

    Source: Spanish
    To take ambition from a soldier, is to rob him of his spurs.

    Source: Spanish
    To the bold man fortune gives her hand.

    Source: Spanish
    To the good listener, half a word is enough.

    Source: Spanish
    To the grateful man give more than he asks.

    Source: Spanish
    To your son give a good name and a trade.

    Source: Spanish
    To-morrow will be another day.

    Source: Spanish
    To-morrow's remedy will not ward off the evil of to-day.

    Source: Spanish
    Today is yesterday's pupil.

    Source: Spanish
    Tomorrow is often the busiest day of the week.

    Source: Spanish
    Tomorrow is the busiest day of the year.

    Source: Spanish
    Too much breaks the bag.

    Source: Spanish
    Tripe broth, you make much of yourself.

    Source: Spanish
    Trouts are not caught with dry breeches.

    Source: Spanish
    True love suffers no concealment.

    Source: Spanish
    Trust in God upon good security.

    Source: Spanish
    Trust not your gossip to a priest who has been a friar.

    Source: Spanish
    Trust not your money to one whose eyes are bent on the ground.

    Source: Spanish
    Truth, like oil, always comes to the surface.

    Source: Spanish
    Truths and roses have thorns about them.

    Source: Spanish
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