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They who sing through the summer must dance in the winter.

Thick wine is better than clear water.

Things are not as they are, but as they are regarded.

Think much, speak little and write less.

Thirst comes from drinking.

Those who sleep with dogs will rise with fleas.

Though a lie be swift, truth overtakes it.

Though the fox runs, the pullets have wings.

Threats are arms for the threatened.

Three know it, all know it.

Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.

Three things drive a man out of doors: smoke, dropping water, and a shrew.

Through being too knowing the fox lost his tail.

Tie me hand and foot and throw me among my own people.

Tied to the sowre apple-tree.

Time is an inaudible file.

'Tis a silly sheep that confesses to the wolf.

'Tis good feasting in other men's houses.

To a crazy ship every wind is contrary.

To a quick question give a slow answer.

To a young heart everything is sport.

To become rich in this world, it needs only to turn one's back on God.

To censure princes is perilous, and to praise them is lying.

To every saint his torch.

To expect what never comes, to lie in bed and not sleep, to serve well and not be advanced, are three things to die of.