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When all candles be out, all cats be gray.

Cats Quotes, by John Heywood

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A hard beginning maketh a good ending.

Ending Quotes, by John Heywood

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Fieldes have eies and woodes have eares.

Proverbs Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbes (pt. II, ch. V)

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Nought venture nought have.

Proverbs Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. XI)

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Set all at sixe and seven.

Proverbs Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. XI)

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By hooke or crooke.

Proverbial phrases Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. XI)

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A precious pair of brothers [i.e., rascals].

Proverbial phrases Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. XI)

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To drink away sorrow.

Proverbial phrases Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. XI)

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To give importance to trifling matters.

Proverbial phrases Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. XI)

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To grow a philosopher's beard.

Proverbial phrases Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. XI)

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'Tis not the robe or garment I affect; For who would marry with a suit of clothes?

Tailors Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Royal King and Loyal Subject (act II, sc. 2)

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It is good the have a hatch before the durre.

Prudence Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. XI)

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Yee have many strings to your bowe.

Prudence Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. XI)

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I pray thee let me and my fellow have A hair of the dog that bit us last night.

Hair Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. XI, l.424)

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Follow pleasure, and then will pleasure flee, Flee pleasure, and pleasure will follow thee.

Pleasure Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. X)

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What heart can think, or tongue express, The harm that groweth of idleness?

Idleness Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Idleness

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At our wittes end.

Wit Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: pt. I, ch. VIII

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God never sendeth mouth but he sendeth meat.

Eating Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. IV)

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I find that the harder I work, the more luck I seem to have.

Luck Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. I, ch. IX)

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This wonder lasted nine daies.

Wonders Quotes, by John Heywood , Source: Proverbs (pt. II, ch. I)

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Many hands make light work.

Inspirational Quotes, by John Heywood

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Bigamy is one way of avoiding the painful publicity of divorce and the expense of alimony.

Men and women Quotes, by John Heywood

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