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To eat and to itch is in the beggining.
The belly does not accept bail.
Trust the virgin and don’t run.
The dog that barks much, bites little.
Threads do not break for being fine, but for being gouty and ill-spun.
The belly warm, the foot at rest.
Priests, cousins and pigeons. The first two are not good to marry.
The blind man has picked up a coin.
Of doctor and crazy, we all have a little.
Meowing cats catch fewer mice.
From evil, the less.
Don’t put the cart before the oxen.
Fools sometimes give wise men counsel.
Bad Cyclops Lady!” he bellowed. “General Tyson says GO AWAY!
Canadians have been very generous toward Haiti after the earthquake and, thanks
I mean, if cans can be recycled, why not spirits?
It’s important to being a healthy person. So while you’re here on
Many individuals spend a considerable portion of their lifetimes in terror of
For it goes without saying that this great recognition at this time
The tulip’s petals shine in dew, All beautiful, but none alike.
I suppose I’d get in trouble if I were to melt them down.