Whilst the tall maid is stooping, the little one sweeps the house.
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Marriage is a sack full of ninety-nine snakes and one eel.
He who has both money and bread, may choose with whom his daughter to wed.
Between brothers, two witnesses and a notary.
Every one for himself, and God for us all.
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