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The rich worry over their money, the poor over their bread.
      - (Vietnamese) [Money : Proverbs]

The rich would have to eat money if the poor did not provide food.
      - (Russian) [Money : Proverbs]

The riches that are in the heart cannot be stolen.
      - (Russian) [Proverbs]

The richest man carries nothing away with him but a shroud.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

The richest man, whatever his lot, is he who's content with what he has got.
      - (Dutch) [Proverbs]

The right answer to a fool is silence.
      - (Afghan) [Proverbs]

The right hand is slave to the left.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The right man comes at the right time.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The right time to dine is: for the rich man, when he is hungry; and for the poor, when he has something to eat.
      - (Mexican) [Proverbs]

The righteous man sins before an open chest.
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

The righteous pays for the sinner.
      - (Portuguese) [Proverbs]

The ripest fruit will not fall into your mouth.
      - [Proverbs]

The river does not swell with clear water.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The river passed the saint forgotten.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The river past and God forgotten.
      - [Proverbs]

The road to a friend's house is never long.
      - (Danish) [Proverbs]

The road to heaven is equally short, where'er we die.
      - (Danish) [Proverbs]

The road to hell is paved with good intentions.
      - [Proverbs]

The road to ruin is paved with good intentions.
      - (German) [Proverbs]

The road to success is lined with many tempting parking spaces.
      - [Proverbs]

The roaring lion kills no game.
      - (Tanzanian) [Proverbs]

The robin and the wren are God's cock and hen; the martin and the swallow are God's mate and marrow.
      - [Proverbs]

The Roman conquered by delay. [Fabius Cunctator.]
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

The rooster said, "I shall cry but whether the sun rises God knows."
      - (Georgian) [Proverbs]

The rose has thorns only for those who would gather it.
      - (Chinese) [Proverbs]

The roses fall, and the thorns remain.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The roses fall, the thorns remain.
      - [Proverbs]

The rotten apple injures its neighbour.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

The rotten apple spoils its companion.
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

The rough manners of the vulgar are contagious.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

The rough net is not the best catcher of birds.
      - [Proverbs]

The ruin of a nation begins in the homes of its people.
      - (Ghanaian) [Proverbs]

The ruling passion strong in death.
      - (Dutch) [Proverbs]

The Russian knows the way, yet he asks for directions.
      - (German) [Proverbs]

The sacrifice of an ox will not bring us all we want.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

The safety of the people is the highest law.
  [Lat., Salus populi suprema est lex.]
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

The saint has no believers unless he works miracles.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The saint who works no cures has few pilgrims to his shrine.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

The saint's-day over, farewell the saint.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

The same failings attach not to all.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

The same fire purifies gold and consumes straw.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The same fire which purifies gold consumes straw.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

The same hammer that breaks the glass forges the steel.
      - [Proverbs]

The same heat that melts the wax will harden the clay.
      - [Proverbs]

The same knife cuts bread and fingers.
      - [Proverbs]

The same shoe does not fit every foot.
      - (Latin, Italian) [Proverbs]

The sandal tree perfumes the axe that fells it.
      - [Proverbs]

The savage ox grows tame on strange ground.
      - (Portuguese) [Proverbs]

The saving man becomes the free man.
      - (Chinese) [Proverbs]

The scabbier the sheep the harder it bleats.
      - (Dutch) [Proverbs]


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