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1. A stolen object does not fill ones heart with joy.
2. The path leads towards loved ones not thorns.
3. Small matters breed important ones.
4. The thrower of stones throws away the strength of his own arm.
5. An old woman is always uneasy when dry bones are mentioned in a proverb.
6. If you have a dog, don't throw away bones.
7. The hunter who is tracking an elephant does not stop to throw stones at birds.
8. A newly committed crime awakens sleeping ones.
9. Bones and flesh of the martyrs lie buried in earth, but their revolutionary spirit and single-hearted fidelity remain alive.
10. He who chews two bones at the same time will surely bite his tongue.
11. Honest advice doesn't destroy true friendship.
12. If you don't eat mangos that fall on the ground, be sure to be strong enough to pick ones on the tree.
13. If you live in a glasshouse you should not throw stones.
14. It's the big birds that teach the young ones to flight.
15. Man's greatest battles are the ones he fights within himself.
16. Monkeys don't advise there young ones to be careful on trees they just remind them of the distance to the ground.
17. Nicknames are the hardest stones the devil can throw at a man.
18. Only a patient man can milk a lioness.
19. The eye cannot bear loads yet it can tell heavy objects from light ones.
20. The fall of a dead leaf is a warning to the green ones.
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