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'Tis Nature's use, when in one point she fails.
Aye in some other to make good the loss.
This ogress will want to catch two beans with one pigeon.
He who would ease the pain of his wound, should pay his doctor well. Isn't it so, Doctor? And he who would be cured should pay him badly.
He who makes a bad marriage never escapes from his troubles.
Well says the proverb, that it is better to live with wild beasts in caves, than in the same house with a cross-grained and quarrelsome woman.
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Agnolo Firenzuola was an Italian poet and litterateur.
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