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The right man comes at the right time.

The river does not swell with clear water.

The river passed the saint forgotten.

The roses fall, and the thorns remain.

The roses fall, the thorns remain.

The rotten apple injures its neighbour.

The saint has no believers unless he works miracles.

The same fire purifies gold and consumes straw.

The same fire which purifies gold consumes straw.

The same hammer that breaks the glass forges the steel.

The scalded dog fears cold water.

The scalded dog fears hot water, and afterwards, cold.

The shadow of a lord is a cap for a fool.

The she-bear thinks her cubs pretty.

The ship does not go without the boat.

The shirt is nearer than the doublet.

The sick man is free to say all.

The sick man sleeps when the debtor cannot.

The smoke of my own house is better than another man's fire.

The soldier is well paid for doing mischief.

The soldier's blood exalts the captain.

The sound of the bell does not drive away rooks.

The stitch is lost unless the thread be knotted.

The strongest is always in the right.

The sun is still beautiful, though ready to set.