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The king likes the treachery, but not the traitor.

The kite's malady, its wings broken and its beak sound.

The land a man knows is his mother.

The lazy servant to save one step takes eight.

The leader follows in front.

The lean dog is all fleas.

The letter enters with blood.

The liar is sooner caught than the cripple.

The lion is not so fierce as he is painted.

The lion's not half so fierce as he's painted.

The loyal man lives no longer than the traitor pleases.

The magistrate's son gets out of every scrape.

The mare's kicks are caresses to the horse.

The master's foot is manure for the estate.

The mill gains by gong, and not by standing still.

The month loses its own, but not the year.

The more a woman admires her face, the more she ruins her house.

The more one has the more one wants.

The more riches a fool hath, the greater fool he is.

The more you court a clown the statelier he grows.

The more you get the more you want.

The most cautious passes for the most chaste.

The Mother of God appears to fools.

The mother of mischief is no bigger than a midge's wing.

The mother reckons well, but the child reckons better.