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A little makes a debtor and much an enemy.
Good and quickly seldom meet.
Friends and mules fail us at hard passes.
All the world will beat the man whom fortune buffets.
A beard once washed is half shaven.
Let not him that has a mouth ask another to blow.
A barley corn is better than a diamond to a cock.
Will he nill he, the ass must go the fair.
Big fish are fished in big rivers.
Trust not a new friend or an old enemy.
It’s better one ‘take this’ than two ‘I will give this to you’.
God has given nuts to one who has no teeth.
There’s no catching trouts with dry breeches.
A king’s face should show grace.
No,” he responded, reaching out to trace the shell of her ear. “
The implication strongly is that Osama bin Laden is a Hitler, even
The suit-and-tie job is very nice, but it’s not really who I am in my heart.
There comes a time, thief, when the jewels cease to sparkle, when
Nada is found within. It is a music without strings which plays
Opinions which justify cruelty are inspired by cruel impulses.
I believe every change any word has undergone probably originated in ignorance.