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A hundred years cannot repair a moment’s loss of honour.
The injurer never forgets.
Marriages are not as they are made, but as they turn out.
He who has a mind to beat a dog will easily find a stick.
Gnaw the bone which is fallen to thy lot.
Hunger transmutes beans into almonds.
No one ever became poor through giving alms.
Paper does not blush.
The frog cannot out of her bog.
There goes more than one ass to market.
It is better to irritate a dog than an old woman.
Pay beforehand was never well served.
If it were not for hope, the heart would break.
Somebody else is satisfied by five Bentleys. I’m satisfied by a beautiful
I’d not want to answer for the lives of other men; not at seventeen, by God’s Grace.
I’d rather not sing than sing quiet.
The cell was the first invention of the animal kingdom, and all
Disgust at having to talk about oneself is what distinguishes novelistic talent
Try to be free: you will die of hunger.
Canada is currently the only major industrialized country in the world that does not allow any
The worries that are the burden of which the privileged person makes