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Wedded in September, widow or sorrow.
He who bends over too far shows his rear end.
If you own two houses, it’s raining in one of them.
The morning rainbow reaches the fountains; the evening rainbow fills the sails.
Whether well-shaven or not, it looks the same after a few days.
Dogs bark and cows chew grass.
If youth had the volition and if old age had the ability.
A cursed horse has a shining coat.
The bad fortune of zoza: in winter it sees not the sun and in summer it sees not the moon.
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