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Snapping curs never want sore ears.

So good that he is good for nothing.

Softly, barber, the water scalds.

Softly, don't raise a dust.

Softly, softly, catchee monkey.

Some many heads, so many brains.

Some sing who are not merry.

Some who just tell tales of themselves.

Sometimes an egg is given for an ox.

Sometimes it is better to give your apple away, than to eat it yourself.

Sometimes the lees are better than the wine.

Soon crooks the tree That good gambrel would be.

Speak of the devil and he appears.

Speak well of your friend; of your enemy neither well nor ill.

Speak when you are spoken to.

St. Francis shaved himself first, and then he shaved his brethren.

Starlings are lean because they go in flocks.

Step by step one goes to Rome.

Still water breeds vermin.

Stones or bread, one must have something in hand for the dogs.

Strength avails not a coward.

Stretch your arm no further than your sleeve will reach.

Strong is the vinegar of sweet wine.

Sweet meat requires sour sauce.

Take care you don't let your tail be caught in the door.