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A bad workman [labourer,carpenter] quarrels with his tools. 「解説Window」

A barber learns to shave by shaving (of) fools. 「解説Window」

A bargain is a bargain.(A bargain's a bargain.) 「解説Window」

All is lost that is given to a fool. 「解説Window」

All things are obedient to money. 「解説Window」

Art is long, life is short. 「解説Window」

As they sow, so let them reap. 「解説Window」

Bad news travels quickly. 「解説Window」

Beauty is but skin-deep. 「解説Window」

Beauty is potent but money is omnipotent. 「解説Window」

Call a spade a spade. 「解説Window」

Care and dilligence bring luck. 「解説Window」

Care is no cure. 「解説Window」

Care not for the tears of a whore or the bravadoes of a ruffian. 「解説Window」

Danger and delight grow both upon one stalk[stock]. 「解説Window」

Danger past, God forgotten. 「解説Window」

Dead men tell no tales. 「解説Window」

Death is the end of all (things). 「解説Window」

Early to bed and early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy, and wise. 「解説Window」

Easier said than done. 「解説Window」

East is East and West is West. 「解説Window」

Easy come, easy go. 「解説Window」

Eat an apple going to bed, make the doctor beg his bread. 「解説Window」

Every Jack has his Jill. 「解説Window」

Everything new is fine. 「解説Window」

Fact is stranger than fiction. 「解説Window」

Failure teaches success. 「解説Window」

Faint heart ne'er won fair lady. 「解説Window」

Gape while you get it. 「解説Window」

Garlands are not for every brow. 「解説Window」

Gifts break through rocks. 「解説Window」

Half a loaf is better than no bread. 「解説Window」

Half a word to a wise man is enough. 「解説Window」

I came, saw and overcame. 「解説Window」

I cannot be your friend and your flatterer (too). 「解説Window」

I cannot run and sit still at the same time. 「解説Window」

I care not a mite. 「解説Window」

I fear the Greeks even when bringing gifts. 「解説Window」

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