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If bad be the raven, his company is no better.
Sweet sings each bird in his own grove.
He would cheat the heron of her egg, though her two eyes were fixed on him.
Take it like the bard’s point.
It is not the nodding of heads that does the rowing.
Put your hand into the creel, and take your choice of flounders.
As unsteady as an egg on a stick.
Fingal’s sword never had to cut twice.
Tell not thy mind to thy foolish friend, nor to thy wise enemy.
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