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Who has not, cannot.

Who hears but one bell hears but one sound.

Who hears music feels his solitude.

Who is born of a cat will run after mice. (An illusion to one of Aesop's fables.)

Who knows nothing doubts nothing.

Who lends to a friend loses doubly.

Who lives on the score has shame evermore.

Who lives will see.

Who looks not before finds himself behind.

Who loves well is slow to forget.

Who often changes, damages.

Who pays soon borrows when he will.

Who pays the piper calls the tune.

Who proves too much proves nothing.

Who punishes one threatens a hundred.

Who refuses, muses.

Who rises late must trot all day.

Who serves the mass is thanked by none, but cursed if aught left undone.

Who serves well asks enough.

Who sows reaps.

Who sows thorns let him not walk bare-foot.

Who speaks, sows; who listens, reaps.

Who spits against heaven, it falls on his head.

Who spits against the wind spits in his own face.

Who wishes to travel far spares his steed.