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Take away the motive, and the sin is taken away.
Cheat me in the price and not in the goods.
A son-in-law’s friendship is a winter’s sun.
Like a parakeet that says what he knows but doesn’t know what he says.
White hands are no offense.
Children and fools speak the truth.
They whip the cat, if our mistress does not spin.
The bell does not go to mass, and yet calls every one to it.
What my neighbour eats does my stomach no good.
Command your wealth, else that will command you.
Plenty breed pride.
Make a bridge of silver for the flying enemy.
He that neglects time, time will neglect.
If you are joyful, do not worry about lukewarmness. Joy will shine
I don’t at all search for an ideal woman, but several ideal women.
I caused dreams which caused death. This is my crime.
Every man meets his Waterloo at last.
You can’t put something together again unless you’ve torn it apart first.
I don`t know why, but I love the dog eat dog
The shock of any trauma, I think changes your life. It’s more
King Solomon, who supposedly was the wisest of all men, described his