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    Wise Sayings


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    When one door shuts, another opens.

    Source: Spanish
    When one wolf eats another, thee is nothing to eat in the wood.

    Source: Spanish
    When our daughter is married sons-in-law are plenty.

    Source: Spanish
    When our enemy flies, build him a golden bridge.

    Source: Spanish
    When passion entereth at the fore-gate wisdom goes out at the postern.

    Source: Spanish
    When poor, liberal; when rich, stingy.

    Source: Spanish
    When the bee sucks, it makes honey, when the spider, poison.

    Source: Spanish
    When the cat\'s away the rats will play.

    Source: Spanish
    When the child cuts its teeth, death is on the watch.

    Source: Spanish
    When the corsair promises masses and candles, it goes ill with the galley.

    Source: Spanish
    When the devil says his prayers he wants to cheat you.

    Source: Spanish
    When the Devil was sick the Devil a monk would be, When the Devil got well, the devil a monk was he.

    Source: Spanish
    When the fields yield not, the saints have not.

    Source: Spanish
    When the flatterer pipes, the devil dances.

    Source: Spanish
    When the fool has made up his mind the market is over.

    Source: Spanish
    When the iron is hot, then is the time to strike.

    Source: Spanish
    When the prior plays cards, what will the monks do?

    Source: Spanish
    When the rabbit has escaped, comes advice.

    Source: Spanish
    When the river makes no noise, it is either dried up or much swollen.

    Source: Spanish
    When the Spaniard sings, he is either mad or has no money.

    Source: Spanish
    When the spleen increases, the body diminishes.

    Source: Spanish
    When the steed is stolen, you shut the stable door.

    Source: Spanish
    When the summer is winter, and the winter is summer, it is a sorry year.

    Source: Spanish
    When there are two friends to one purse, one sings, the other weeps.

    Source: Spanish
    When they give you the calf, be ready with the halter.

    Source: Spanish
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