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The honest man enjoys the theft.
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

The horse is not judged of by the saddle.
      - (German) [Proverbs]

The horse may run quickly, but it can't escape its own tail.
      - (Russian) [Proverbs]

The horse must go to the manger, and not the manger to the horse.
      - (Danish) [Proverbs]

The horse that draws best is the most whipped.
      - (German) [Proverbs]

The horse that draws his halter is not quite escaped.
      - [Proverbs]

The horse that draws most is most whipped.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

The horse thinks one thing, and he that saddles him another.
      - [Proverbs]

The horse thinks one thing, and his rider another.
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

The horse's best allowance is his master's eye.
      - (Portuguese) [Proverbs]

The horseshoe that clatters wants a nail.
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

The hour is passing.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

The house completed, possession defeated.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The house does not rest upon the ground, but upon a woman.
      - (Mexican) [Proverbs]

The house goes mad when women gad.
      - [Proverbs]

The house roof fights the rain, but he who is sheltered ignores it.
      - (Nigerian) [Proverbs]

The house shows the owner.
      - [Proverbs]

The house sweeper's buttock is never at one direction.
      - (Nigerian) [Proverbs]

The house with an old grandparent harbors a jewel.
      - (Chinese) [Proverbs]

The hunchback does not see his own hump, but he sees his brother's.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

The hunchback does not see his own hump, but sees his companion's.
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

The hunter does not rub himself in oil and lie by the fire to sleep.
      - (Nigerian) [Proverbs]

The hunter in pursuit of an elephant does not stop to throw stones at birds.
      - (Ugandan) [Proverbs]

The husband is always the last to know.
      - [Proverbs]

The husband's mother is the wife's devil.
      - (German) [Proverbs]

The hyena does not forget where it has hidden its kill.
      - (Thonga) [Proverbs]

The hyena of your own country does not break your bones.
      - (Giryama) [Proverbs]

The ignorant is his own enemy.
      - (Palestinian) [Proverbs]

The ill year comes in swimming.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

The inarticulate speak longest.
      - (Japanese) [Proverbs]

The infinite is in the finite of every instant.
      - (Zen) [Proverbs]

The injurer never forgets.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The innkeeper loves a drunkard, but not for a son-in-law.
      - (Jewish) [Proverbs]

The intemperate die young, and rarely en joy old age.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

The interested friend is a swallow on the roof. (Prepared to leave at the approach of winter.)
      - (French) [Proverbs]

The Irish forgive their great men when they are safely buried.
      - (Irish) [Proverbs]

The iron entered into his house.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

The is worthy of sweets, who has tasted bitters.
      - (Danish) [Proverbs]

The issue of all contention is uncertain. [Witness the glorious uncertainty of the law, and of the turf.]
      - [Proverbs]

The Italian seemes wise, and is wise; the Spaniard seemes wise, and is a foole; the French seems a foole, and is wise; and the English seemes a foole and is a foole.
      - quoted as a common proverb by Thomas Scott in "The Highwaies of God and the King", p. 8
        [Proverbs : Wisdom]

The Italianised Englishman is a devil incarnate.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The Italians are wise before the act, the Germans in the act, the French after the act.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The Italians cry, the Germans bawl, and the French sing.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

The jay bird don't rob his own nest.
      - (West Indian) [Proverbs]

The Jew ruins himself with passovers, the Moor with wedding feasts, and the Christian with lawsuits.
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

The Jews spend at Easter, the Moors at marriages, the Christians in suits.
      - [Proverbs]

The journey is the reward.
      - (Taoist) [Proverbs]

The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.
      - (Chinese) [Proverbs]

The just man may sin with an open chest of gold before him.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The kettle smuts the frying-pan.
      - (French) [Proverbs]


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