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    An ounce of state to a pound of gold.

    Source: Spanish
    An ounce of wit that's bought Is worth a pound that's taught.

    Source: Spanish
    Another's care hangs by a hair.

    Source: Spanish
    Arms and money require good hands.

    Source: Spanish
    As are the times, so are the manners.

    Source: Spanish
    As for friars, live with them, eat with them, and walk with them; then sell them as they do themselves.

    Source: Spanish
    As is the king, so are his people.

    Source: Spanish
    As long as I was a daughter-in-law I never had a good mother-in-law, and as long as I was a mother-in-law I never had a good daughter-in-law.

    Source: Spanish
    As mony heads, as mony wits.

    Source: Spanish
    As the abbot sings the sacristan responds.

    Source: Spanish
    As the best wine makes the sharpest vinegar, so the deepest love turns to the deadliest hatred.

    Source: Spanish
    As the call, so the echo.

    Source: Spanish
    As the day lengthens, so the cold strengthens.

    Source: Spanish
    Ask not after a good man's pedigree.

    Source: Spanish
    Ask too much to get enough.

    Source: Spanish
    At an ambuscade of villains a man does better with his feet than his hands.

    Source: Spanish
    At an auction keep your mouth shut.

    Source: Spanish
    At the end the Gloria is chanted.

    Source: Spanish
    At the wedding-feast the least eater is the bride.

    Source: Spanish
    Attack is the best form of defence.

    Source: Spanish
    Attack is the best form of defense.

    Source: Spanish
    Avoid a friend who covers you with his wings and destroys you with his beak.

    Source: Spanish
    Away with thee, sickness, to where they make a good pillow for thee.

    Source: Spanish
    Bachelor, a peacock; betrothed, a lion; married, an ass.

    Source: Spanish
    Bad news is always true.

    Source: Spanish
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