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Arms and money require good hands.

As are the times, so are the manners.

As for friars, live with them, eat with them, and walk with them; then sell them as they do themselves.

As is the king, so are his people.

As is the master, so is his dog.

As long as I was a daughter-in-law I never had a good mother-in-law, and as long as I was a mother-in-law I never had a good daughter-in-law.

As mony heads, as mony wits.

As the abbot sings the sacristan responds.

As the best wine makes the sharpest vinegar, so the deepest love turns to the deadliest hatred.

As the call, so the echo.

As the day lengthens, so the cold strengthens.

Ask not after a good man's pedigree.

Ask too much to get enough.

At an ambuscade of villains a man does better with his feet than his hands.

At an auction keep your mouth shut.

At the end the Gloria is chanted.

At the wedding-feast the least eater is the bride.

Attack is the best form of defence.

Attack is the best form of defense.

Avoid a friend who covers you with his wings and destroys you with his beak.

Away with thee, sickness, to where they make a good pillow for thee.

Bachelor, a peacock; betrothed, a lion; married, an ass.

Bad news is always true.

Bargains are dear.

Be a custom good or bad, a peasant will have it continue in force.