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What is another’s always pines for its master.
When they offer you a ring, hold out your finger.
Spanish is the language of lovers, italian is for the singer
He who steals once is never trusty.
Friends and wine should be old.
The bowels support the heart, and not the heart the bowels.
Women, wind, and fortune, soon change.
Love, pain, and money cannot be kept secret; they soon betray themselves.
He who marrieth does well, but he who marrieth not, better.
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