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    Two birds of prey do not keep each other company.

    Source: Spanish
    Two blacks don't make a white.

    Source: Spanish
    Two boys are half a boy, and three boys are no boy at all.

    Source: Spanish
    Two can play at that game.

    Source: Spanish
    Two cannot fall out if one does not choose.

    Source: Spanish
    Two false men to one traitor.

    Source: Spanish
    Two great talkers will not travel far together.

    Source: Spanish
    Two of a trade can never agree.

    Source: Spanish
    Two of a trade never agree.

    Source: Spanish
    Two sparrows on one ear of corn never agree.

    Source: Spanish
    Under a bad cloak there is a good tippler.

    Source: Spanish
    Under a gold sheath a leaden knife.

    Source: Spanish
    Under a good cloak may be a bad man.

    Source: Spanish
    Under a tattered cloak you will generally find a good drinker.

    Source: Spanish
    Under my cloak I command the king.

    Source: Spanish
    Under the sackcloth there is something hid.

    Source: Spanish
    Vainglory blossoms, and bears no fruit.

    Source: Spanish
    Visit your aunt, but not every day of the year.

    Source: Spanish
    Walk till the blood appears on the cheek, but not the sweat on the brow.

    Source: Spanish
    Walk until the blood appears on the cheek, but not the sweat on the brow.

    Source: Spanish
    War with all the world, and peace with England.

    Source: Spanish
    Water for oxen, wine for kings.

    Source: Spanish
    We are as the king, only not as rich.

    Source: Spanish
    We are both carriers, and shall meet on the road.

    Source: Spanish
    We are not roasting, and already we are basting.

    Source: Spanish
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