Better is the trouble that follows death than the trouble that follows shame.
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A silent mouth is melodious.
A small benefit obtained is better than a great one in expectation.
What's got badly, goes badly.
What the child sees, the child does. What the child does, the child is.
Beauty is only skin deep, ugliness goes to the bone.
When all things spoke the potato said, 'set me warm, dig me warm, eat me warm, that's all i want.'
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