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    Between two friends a notary and two witnesses.

    Source: Spanish
    Between two sharpers, the sharpest.

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    Between two stools one falls to the ground.

    Source: Spanish
    Beware of a reconciled friend as of the devil.

    Source: Spanish
    Blessings on him that said, Face about.

    Source: Spanish
    Blood boils without fire.

    Source: Spanish
    Blow, smith, and you'll get money.

    Source: Spanish
    By the street of "By-and-By" one arrives at the house of "Never."

    Source: Spanish
    By the thread we unwind the skein.

    Source: Spanish
    Call me not fortunate till you see me buried.

    Source: Spanish
    Carry bread in your hood to Don Garcia's wedding.

    Source: Spanish
    Charity well regulated begins at home.

    Source: Spanish
    Chastise one that is worthless, and he will presently hate you.

    Source: Spanish
    Cheese from the ewe, milk from the goat, butter from the cow.

    Source: Spanish
    Choose neither a woman nor linen by candlelight.

    Source: Spanish
    Clay and lime conceal much evil.

    Source: Spanish
    Cleaning a blot with blotted fingers maketh a greater.

    Source: Spanish
    Cleanliness is next to godliness.

    Source: Spanish
    Clergymen's sons always turn out badly.

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    Colts by falling, and lads by losing, grow prudent.

    Source: Spanish
    Come fish, come frog, all goes into the basket.

    Source: Spanish
    Come live with me and you'll know me.

    Source: Spanish
    Comes in at the end with a wet sail.

    Source: Spanish
    Coming events cast their shadow before.

    Source: Spanish
    Command your wealth, else that will command you.

    Source: Spanish
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