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    Wise Sayings


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    Advise no one to go to war or marry.
    Category: Advice Source: Spanish
    An old ox makes a straight furrow.
    Category: Experience Source: Spanish
    Even the best writer has to erase.
    Category: Books and writers Source: Spanish
    If you are not good for yourself, how can you be good for others.
    Category: Character and virtue Source: Spanish
    Liberty has no price.
    Category: Freedom and slavery Source: Spanish
    A bad day never hath a good night.

    Source: Spanish
    A bad excuse is better than none.

    Source: Spanish
    A bad labour, and a daughter after all.

    Source: Spanish
    A bad man's gift is like his master.

    Source: Spanish
    A bad mother wishes for good children.

    Source: Spanish
    A bad thing never dies.

    Source: Spanish
    A bad wound may be cured, bad repute kills.

    Source: Spanish
    A barking dog was never a good biter.

    Source: Spanish
    A bespattered hog tries to bespatter another.

    Source: Spanish
    A blind man's stroke, which raises a dust from beneath water.

    Source: Spanish
    A blind man's wife needs no paint.

    Source: Spanish
    A blow from a frying-pan, if it does not hurt, smuts.

    Source: Spanish
    A blow with a reed makes a noise but hurts not.

    Source: Spanish
    A boaster and a liar are cousins.

    Source: Spanish
    A boy's love is water in a sieve.

    Source: Spanish
    A buffeting threatened is never well given.

    Source: Spanish
    A buxom widow must be married, buried, or cloistered.

    Source: Spanish
    A child of a year old sucks milk from the heel.

    Source: Spanish
    A covetous abbot for one offering loses a hundred.

    Source: Spanish
    A cracked bell will never be sound.

    Source: Spanish
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