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The worth of a thing Is what it will bring.

The worth of a thing is best known by the want.

The young ravens are beaked like the old.

There are more thieves than are hanged.

There come as many calf-skins to market as ox-skins.

There is a fool at every feast.

There is a remedy for all things save death.

There is no joy without alloy.

There is nothing so secret but it transpires.

There's no making a donkey drink against his will.

There's no making a silk purse of a sow's ear.

They agree like cats and dogs.

They are fools whose sheep run away twice.

They understand one another like thieves in a fair.

They who are often at the looking-glass seldom spin.

They who come from afar have leave to lie.

They who fight with golden weapons are pretty sure to prove their right.

Thistles and thorns prick sore, but evil tongues prick more.

Those that dislike cats will be carried to the cemetery in the rain.

Those that eat cherries with great persons shall have their eyes squirted out with the stones.

Those who dislike cats will be carried to the cemetery in the rain.

Threats don't kill.

Thrust not thy finger in a fool's mouth.

Time and straw make medlars ripe.

Time destroys all things.