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He who has a mind to beat a dog will easily find a stick.

He who has a straw tail is always in fear of its catching fire.

He who has a tongue, may go to Rome.

He who has been stung by a serpent is afraid of a lizard.

He who has crossed the ford knows how deep it is.

He who has land has war.

He who has loaves has dogs.

He who has money to throw away, let him employ workmen, and not stand by.

He who has scalded himself once blows the next time.

He who has teeth has no bread, and he who has bread has no teeth.

He who hath an ill name is half hanged.

He who hunts two hares does not catch the one and lets the other escape.

He who in under cover when it rains is a great fool if he stirs.

He who is an ass and thinks himself a stag, finds his mistake when he comes to leap the ditch.

He who is embarked with the devil must make the passage in his company.

He who is guilty believes that all men speak ill of him.

He who is in hell knows not what heaven is.

He who is meant to be a basket-carrier is born with the handle in his hand.

He who is not impatient is not in love.

He who is of the craft can discourse about it.

He who is the cause of his own misfortune may bewail it himself.

He who is the offender is never the forgiver.

He who is unable is always willing.

He who is without debt is without credit.

He who knows but little quickly tells it.