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1. Differences between husband and wife should not be aired in the marketplace.
2. A marketplace is not the pace for a husband and wife to argue. However long the night may last, there will be a morning. Daylight follows a dark night.
3. A person who sells eggs doesn't start a fight in the market.
4. A woman who delivers a baby in the market square has nothing to hide.
5. Even the dog leaves the market.
6. It's too late to fatten a cow on the market day.
7. Life is like shopping in a market; when you finish, you go home.
8. The antics of a market buffoon provide laughter, but nobody prays that his child becomes the market buffoon.
9. The frowning face of a goat doesn't prevent it being taken to market.
10. The madman, who throws a stone into a crowded market, forgets that his own mother could be hit by his madness.
11. You don't have to tell the deaf that there is a stampede in the market.
12. What is put in a basket before going to the market won't be the same thing returned in the basket.
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