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1. Take hold lightly; let go lightly. This is one of the great secrets of felicity in love.
2. A man too busy to take care of his health is like a mechanic too busy to take care of his tools.
3. Better one "Take this," than two "I will give you."
4. Don't take any wooden nickles.
5. Give a clown your foot, and he'll take your hand.
6. Go in God's name, for he takes a loaf of mine.
7. God cures, and the doctor takes the fee.
8. God take you, pound, drunk out and not yet spun.
9. He who has no wife, is for thrashing her daily; but he that has one, takes care of her.
10. He who would take must give.
11. I neither give nor take, like a Jew on the Sabbath.
12. I never was satisfied with "I will, I will." One "take this" is better than two "I will give you."
13. Invite your son-in-law to a fowl, and he will take away the lemon.
14. Let no one take a pawn that eats.
15. No revenge is more honourable than the one not taken.
16. Pluck it from among the thistles, and we will take it off your hands.
17. Take away the motive, and the sin is taken away.
18. Take hold of a good minute.
19. Take in laundry before you take in partners.
20. Take the middle of the way and thou wilt not fall.
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