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Unhappy, he who has no one.
The bad fortune of zoza: in winter it sees not the sun and in summer it sees not the moon.
Don’t judge your life before it has ended.
A candidate promises more cheese than bread.
Even fleas want to cough.
Life is just as long as the time it takes for someone to pass by a window.
When a pig has eaten its full, it pushes over its trough.
Keep the best log for may.
Roba di scolca, roba di forca. Les gens de scolca sont bons pour la potence.
An empty purse can’t stand alone and a full purse can’t bend.
No leaf shudders outside the will of God.
A language silenced is a people who die.
If the sea were made of wine, how many drunkards there would be.
If you write fiction, you’re by yourself. There are certain advantages to that in that
Take me. I’m an ordinary player in the key of C. And
Jesus Christ as only an example will crush you. You’ll never be
To serve Armenia is to serve civilization.
Lord, thy one-liners are as good as thy tricks. Thou art indeed
Don’t be humble… you’re not that great.
Often in writing programs, articulation and clarity are more important than what
Most ferocious was Kobe. Fiercest, most competitive, it was Kobe. D Wade