Efter long mint, never dint.
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Lads will be men.
It is ill to draw a strea before an old Cat.
They that smell least, smell best.
Sike father, sike son.
Little kens the wife that sits by the fire, how the wind blows cold in hurle-burle swyre.
He rides sicker that fell never.
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He that has swallowed the devil may swallow his horns.