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Bachelor, a peacock; betrothed, a lion; married, an ass.
Wherever you may be, do as you see done.
He who would cheat the fox must rise early.
It is in vain to cast nets in a river where there are no fish.
A dog does not always bark at the front gate.
The one-eyed man is a king in the country of the blind.
Idiots can sometimes give good advice.
To tell a woman what she cannot do is to tell her what she can.
Discreet stops make speedy journeys.
Play’s gude, while it is play.
Women, melons, and cheese are bought by the weight.
A good hope is better than a bad possession.
The first one to eat, the last one to work.
When you first come into Parliament, it’s a daunting place because you
There’s the 5% of the people that are wise and righteous and I’d
The Labour Party believes in turning workers against owners; we believe in
America was not built by conformists, but by mutineers.
Why are the people rebellious? Because the rulers interfere too much. Therefore
Getting up for sadhana in the morning is a totally selfish act
To shift the structure of a sentence alters the meaning of that
People hate as they love, unreasonably.