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    We are not yet roasting, and already we make sops in the pan.

    Source: Spanish
    We do not know what is good until we have lost it.

    Source: Spanish
    We have no son, and yet are giving him a name.

    Source: Spanish
    We have not yet saddled, and are already mounted.

    Source: Spanish
    Weight and measure save a man toil.

    Source: Spanish
    Welcome, misfortune, if you come alone.

    Source: Spanish
    Were you at the wedding, Molly? No, mother, but the bride was very fine.

    Source: Spanish
    What children hear their parents say by the fireside they repeat in the highway.

    Source: Spanish
    What Christ does not take the exchequer takes.

    Source: Spanish
    What cures Sancho makes Martha sick.

    Source: Spanish
    What does not happen in a year may happen in a moment.

    Source: Spanish
    What force cannot do ingenuity may.

    Source: Spanish
    What I see with my eyes I can guess with my fingers.

    Source: Spanish
    What is another\'s always pines for its master.

    Source: Spanish
    What is done, is done for this time.

    Source: Spanish
    What is in use, wants no excuse.

    Source: Spanish
    What is mine is my own; my brother Juan's is his and mine.

    Source: Spanish
    What is much desired is not believed when it comes.

    Source: Spanish
    What is new cannot be true.

    Source: Spanish
    What is whispered in your ear tell not to your husband.

    Source: Spanish
    What much is worth comes from the earth.

    Source: Spanish
    What must be, must be.

    Source: Spanish
    What my neighbour eats does my stomach no good.

    Source: Spanish
    What one does, one becomes.

    Source: Spanish
    What the abbot of Bamba cannot eat he gives away for the good of his soul.

    Source: Spanish
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