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He who has once burnt his mouth always blows his soup.

He who has once invited the devil into his house, will never be rid of him.

He who has one foot in a brothel, has the other in a hospital.

He who has the fortune brings home the bride.

He who has the Pope for his cousin may soon be a Cardinal.

He who has three enemies must agree with two.

He who has to do with foxes must look after his hen-roost.

He who has victory, has right.

He who hath ears to hear, let him hear.

He who heeds not the lost shoe-nail, will soon lose the horse.

He who holds the ladder is as bad as the thief.

He who inherits a farthing, is expected to disburse a dollar.

He who is absent is always in the wrong.

He who is afraid of doing too much, always does too little.

He who is always drinking and stuffing, will in time become a ragamuffin.

He who is born to misfortunate stumbles as he goes, and though he fall on his back will fracture his nose.

He who is feared by many, fears many.

He who is his own teacher, has a fool for his pupil.

He who is judge between two friends, loses one of them.

He who is not for me, is against me.

He who is of on use to himself, is of no use to any one else.

He who is quick at borrowing, is slow in paying.

He who lends to the poor gets his interest from God.

He who lies in the grave, is well lodged.

He who lies on the ground must expect to be trodden on.