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    Wise Sayings


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    Bargains are dear.

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    Be a custom good or bad, a peasant will have it continue in force.

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    Be merry, Shrovetide, for to-morrow thou wilt be ashes.

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    Be my enemy and go to my mill.

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    Be not a baker if your head is butter.

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    Be not an esquire where you were a page.

    Source: Spanish
    Before the time, great courage; when at the point, great fear.

    Source: Spanish
    Before you marry, beware, for it is a knot difficult to untie.

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    Before you marry, have a house to live in, fields to till, and vines to cut.

    Source: Spanish
    Beggars must not be choosers.

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    Better be the head of a rat than the tail of a lion.

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    Better go about than be drowned.

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    Better go about than fall into the ditch.

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    Better is rule than rent.

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    Better is the smoke of my own house than the fire of another's.

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    Better joy in a cottage than sorrow in a palace.

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    Better lose a supper than have a hundred physicians.

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    Better one "Take this," than two "I will give you."

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    Better rule in hell, than serve in heaven.

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    Better sit idle than work for naught.

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    Better suffer a known evil than change for uncertain good.

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    Better there should be too much than too little.

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    Better they should say, "There he ran away," than "There he died."

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    Better to bend than break.

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    Between saying and doing there is a long road.

    Source: Spanish
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