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    What three know, everybody knows.

    Source: Spanish
    What you dislike for yourself do not like for me.

    Source: Spanish
    What\'s everybody\'s business is nobody\'s business.

    Source: Spanish
    Whatever way you take there is a league of bad road.

    Source: Spanish
    When a fool has made up his mind the market has gone by.

    Source: Spanish
    When a fox is in his hole, the smoke fetches him out.

    Source: Spanish
    When a good offer comes for your daughter, don't wait till her father returns from market.

    Source: Spanish
    When a goose dances, and a fool versifies, there is sport.

    Source: Spanish
    When a man is not used to breeches the seams gall him.

    Source: Spanish
    When a peasant gets rich, he knows neither relations nor friends.

    Source: Spanish
    When an old man cannot drink, prepare his grave.

    Source: Spanish
    When drink enters, wisdom departs.

    Source: Spanish
    When every one says you are an ass, bray.

    Source: Spanish
    When fire and water are at war, it is the fire that loses.

    Source: Spanish
    When flatterers meet the devil goes to dinner.

    Source: Spanish
    When God gives light he gives it for all.

    Source: Spanish
    When God pleases, it rains in fair weather.

    Source: Spanish
    When he was born, Solomon passed by his door, and could not go in.

    Source: Spanish
    When I was born I wept, and every day brings a reason why.

    Source: Spanish
    When ill-luck sleeps, let no one wake her.

    Source: Spanish
    When it rains in August, it rains honey and wine.

    Source: Spanish
    When it rains in February, it will be temperate all the year.

    Source: Spanish
    When love is not madness, it is not love. [Sp., Cuando amor no es locura, no es amor.]

    Source: Spanish
    When misfortune sleeps, let no one wake her.

    Source: Spanish
    When one door shuts, a hundred open.

    Source: Spanish
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