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They may whip me in the market-place, so it be not known at home.

They took away the mirror from me because I was ugly, and gave it to the blind woman.

They turn night into day.

They two agreed like two cats in a gutter.

They whip the cat, if our mistress does not spin.

They who don't keep goats and yet sell kids, where do they get them?

They who don't kill pigs must not expect black-puddings.

This is the milkmaid's tale.

Though my father-in-law is a good man, I do not like a dog with a bell.

Though the speaker be a fool, let the hearer be wise.

Though the sun shines, leave not your cloak at home.

Though you are a prudent old man, do not despise counsel.

Though you see me with this coat, I have another up the mountain.

Though your bloodhound be gentle, don't bite him on the lip.

Threatened men eat bread.

Threatened men live long.

Three daughters and their mother, four devils for the father.

Three men helping one another will do as much as six men singly.

Three Spaniards, four opinions.

Three strikes and you are out.

Three things are not to be trusted; a cow's horn, a dog's tooth, and a horse's hoof.

Three things kill a man: a scorching son, suppers, and cares.

Three things must epigrams, like bees, have all, A sting, and honey, and a body small.

Three who held each other are as good as six.

Through not spending enough we spend too much.