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Every pedlar praises his own needles.
A shoemaker’s wife and a smith’s mare are always the worst shod.
He who promises incurs a debt.
He who has been first a novice and then an abbot, knows what the boys do behind the altar.
There’s nothing so queer as folk.
He who begins badly, ends badly.
To forget a wrong is the best revenge.
He who pours water hastily into a bottle spills more than goes in.
He loves well who never forgets.
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