Like a parakeet that says what he knows but doesn't know what he says.
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I say it to you, daughter; hear it, daughter-in-law.
A son-in-law and a pig will show you the way only once.
An absent saint gets no candles.
Before the time, great courage; when at the point, great fear.
He does not a little who burns his house: he frightens the rats, and warms himself.
There is no pleasure but palls, and the more so if it costs nothing.
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