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My money, your money, let us go to the tavern.
He who doesn’t cry doesn’t suckle.
The tailor ill-dressed, the shoemaker ill-shod.
Appearances are deceiving.
To whom you tell your secret you surrender your freedom.
Woman, wind, and luck soon change.
Every one to his liking.
Concealed goodness is a sort of vice.
Three brothers, three fortresses.
Good table, bad will.
Hunger is the best seasoning.
The archer that shoots badly has a lie ready.
Better to be queen for an hour than a countess for life.
Do not ask for fears to be removed; ask for courage equal to the fears.
Because federal hate-crime laws criminalize thoughts, they are incompatible with a free
I am too strong to break so easily, and I become better, sharper, every time I touch him.
Critics are by no means the end of the law. Do not think all is over with you because you articles are rejected.
Truths, no matter how momentous or enduring, are nothing to the individual
I’m not scared of getting hurt. I’m not scared of, pretty much,
Being a famous singer or an international singer – that’s my dream,
Where the dead walked and the living were made of cardboard.