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Between two stools one falls to the ground.

Beware of a reconciled friend as of the devil.

Blessings on him that said, Face about.

Blood boils without fire.

Blow, smith, and you'll get money.

By the street of "By-and-By" one arrives at the house of "Never."

By the thread we unwind the skein.

Call me not fortunate till you see me buried.

Carry bread in your hood to Don Garcia's wedding.

Charity well regulated begins at home.

Chastise one that is worthless, and he will presently hate you.

Cheese from the ewe, milk from the goat, butter from the cow.

Choose neither a woman nor linen by candlelight.

Clay and lime conceal much evil.

Cleaning a blot with blotted fingers maketh a greater.

Cleanliness is next to godliness.

Clergymen's sons always turn out badly.

Colts by falling, and lads by losing, grow prudent.

Come fish, come frog, all goes into the basket.

Come live with me and you'll know me.

Comes in at the end with a wet sail.

Coming events cast their shadow before.

Command your wealth, else that will command you.

Compare your griefs with other men's and they will seem less.

Copper begets copper, and not ()the labour of) men's bones.