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79 Portuguese, Spanish Proverbs

A capon eight months old is fit for a king's table.

A fair-weather friend changes with the wind.

A long tongue betokens a short hand.

A looker on sees more of the game than a player.

A sharp tooth for hard bread.

All are not soldiers who go to the wars.

Another's bread costs dear.

Better have a bad ass than be your own ass.

Between smith and smith no money passes.

Between the hand and the mouth the soup is lost.

Beware of a bad woman, and put no trust in a good one.

Bleed him, purge him, and if he dies, bury him.

Blessed are the dead that the rain rains on.

Blessed is he who expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed.

Cheat me in the price and not in the goods.

Every cask smells of the wine it contains.

Every cloud has a silver lining.

Every hair casts its shadow.

Every one stretches his legs according to the length of his coverlet.

Every pedlar praises his own needles.

God give you luck, my son, for little wit must serve your turn.

Good news is rumoured and bad news flies.

Grain by grain the hen fills her crop.

Grasp all, lose all.

Grasp no more than thy hand will hold.