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1. He who serves two masters must lie to one of them.
2. If you let them put the calf on your shoulders, it will not be long before they clap on the cow.
3. Proverbs bear age, and he who would do well may view himself in them as in a looking glass.
4. Some who just tell tales of themselves.
5. Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.
6. To censure princes is perilous, and to praise them is lying.
7. Speak not of my debts unless you mean to pay them.
8. War makes robbers, and peace hangs them.
9. Associate with the good and you will be one of them.
10. The remedy for injuries is not to remember them.
11. Those who don't understand prayer -- let them go to sea.
12. Weather, husbands, and sons come as you take them.
13. The pope and a peasant know more between them than the pope alone.
14. Fools give parties, sensible people go to them.
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