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Stones or bread, one must have something in hand for the dogs.
He is a fool who does not know from what quarter the wind blows.
Never heed the colour of a gift horse.
’tis good feasting in other men’s houses.
It is a bad game where nobody wins.
By lamplight every country wench seems handsome.
Death will find me alive.
In prosperity no altars smoke.
Things are not as they are, but as they are regarded.