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1. A barking dog was never a good biter.
2. A peck of March dust is worth a king's ransom.
3. About the King and the Inquisition, hush.
4. After breaking my head you bring plaister.
5. Always taking out and never putting in, soon reaches the bottom.
6. As is the king, so are his people.
7. Every law is broken to become a king.
8. He that eats the king's geese shall be choked with the feathers.
9. He that minds his business at home, will not be accused of taking part in the fray.
10. He who would thrive must follow the church, the sea, or the king's service.
11. In my own house I am a king.
12. Laws go the way kings direct.
13. Much talking, much erring.
14. No king was ever a traitor, or pope excommunicated.
15. Sleep is the best cure for waking troubles.
16. Taking out and not putting in soon reaches the bottom.
17. Talking is easy, action difficult.
18. The king goes as far as he can, not so far as he would.
19. The king likes the treachery, but not the traitor.
20. The one-eyed man is a king in the country of the blind.
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