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An apothecary ought not to be long a cuckold.
Nothing to be got without pains but poverty.
He that is thrown would still wrestle.
A sparrow in hand is worth a pheasant that flieth by.
The reputation of a man is like his shadow
A lawyer needs three bags: one full of papers, one full of money, and one full of patience.
The burden tames the beast.
He has put all his eggs into one basket.
The friends of our friends are our friends.
He pulls at a long rope who desires another’s death.
No good dog barks without reason.
The best company must part, as king dagobert said to his hounds.
He sups ill who eats up all at dinner.
There are two things that won’t last long in this world, and
It is impossible that there should be inhabitants on the opposite side
One text from you will brighten my whole day.
Jokes can be noble. Laughs are exactly as honorable as tears. Laughter
Love, we are a small pond.
I stood in the lee of an overhanging rock and thought of many things.
Wars and revolutions and battles are due simply and solely to the
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