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Better give a penny than lend twenty.
It is truth that makes a many angry.
Flies flock to the lean horse.
The pope and a peasant know more between them than the pope alone.
Smooth words make smooth ways.
It is good to buy when another wants to sell.
Keep company with good men, and you’ll increase their number.
Ill news comes apace.
There goes more than one ass to market.
Boil not the pap before the child is born.
The eye of the master fattens the horse.
He who eats pears with his master should not choose the best.
To the person who watches, everything reveals itself.
Or maybe…just maybe this whole process is our training wheels towards
Your American admiral said that he held me in the highest esteem,
Fancy Restaurant: one that serves cold soup on purpose.
The usual way – through a long series of rejections, revising my manuscripts, and kept
There must always be a discrepncy between concepts and reality, because the
Women seldom forfeit their claims to respect to men whom they respect.
It is not so hard to be original, what is hard, is to be original with continuity.
Communities now find themselves in possession of improvements [resulting from the WPA]