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    Wise Sayings


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    Compare your griefs with other men's and they will seem less.

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    Copper begets copper, and not ()the labour of) men's bones.

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    Corsair against corsair nothing is got but empty casks.

    Source: Spanish
    Covetousness bursts the bag.

    Source: Spanish
    Cow of many--well milked and badly fed.

    Source: Spanish
    Coward against coward, the assailant conquers.

    Source: Spanish
    Curses on accounts with relations.

    Source: Spanish
    Curses, like chickens, always come home to roost.

    Source: Spanish
    Curses, like chickens, come home to roost.

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    Custom becomes law.

    Source: Spanish
    Custom in infancy becomes nature in old age.

    Source: Spanish
    Custom makes all things easy.

    Source: Spanish
    Dance to the tune that is played.

    Source: Spanish
    Debts are like children; the smaller they are the more noise they make.

    Source: Spanish
    Deceive not thy physician, confessor, or lawyer.

    Source: Spanish
    Deeds are love, and not fine phrases.

    Source: Spanish
    Desire beautifies what is ugly.

    Source: Spanish
    Discover not your silent money (i.e. your hoarded money) to anybody.

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    Discreet stops make speedy journeys.

    Source: Spanish
    Do not buy a carrier's ass, or marry an innkeeper's daughter.

    Source: Spanish
    Do not fret for news, it will grow old and you will know it.

    Source: Spanish
    Do not lose honour through fear.

    Source: Spanish
    Do not rejoice at my grief, for when mine is old yours will be new.

    Source: Spanish
    Do not steal a loaf from him that kneads and bakes.

    Source: Spanish
    Do not stuff your servant with bread, and he won't ask for cheese.

    Source: Spanish
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