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A great thrust of a lance at a dead Moor.
He who doesn’t cry doesn’t suckle.
Under fair words beware of fraud.
An empty purse and a new house make a man wise, but too late.
The wolf loses his teeth, but not his inclination.
Rather lose the wool than the sheep.
You have lent and not recovered
Lovers’ quarrels are love redoubled.
Feign death and the bull will leave you.
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