A lavrador descuidado, os ratos lhe comem o semeado.
A lavrador preguiçoso levam os ratos o precioso.
A lawyer is sometimes required to search titles, and the client who thinks he has good right to an estate, puts the papers in his hands, and the attorney goes into the public records and finds everything right for three or four years back; but after a time he comes to a break in the title. So he finds that the man who supposed he owned it owns not an acre of the ground which belongs to someone else. I trace the title of this world from century to century until I find the whole right vested in God. Now to whom did he give it? To his own children. All are yours. Talmage
A lawyer's dealings should be just and fair; Honesty shines with great advantage there. Cowper
A lazy frost, a numbness of the mind. Dryden
A lazy hand is no argument of a contented heart. Thomas Fuller
A lazy horse is sure to stand near the chaff house.
A lazy ox is little better for the goad.
A lazy person has to do a task twice. Yiddish] A foiler tut in tsveyen.
A lazy sheep thinks its wool heavy.
A lazy youth, a lousy age.
A lazy, indolent church tends toward unbelief; an earnest, busy church, in hand-to-hand conflict with sin and misery, grows stronger in faith. John Hall
A lazy, proud, unprofitable crew, The vermin gender'd from the rank corruption Of a luxurious state. Cumberland
A leaden sword in an ivory scabbard.
A lean agreement is better than a fat judgement.
A lean agreement is better than a fat sentence.
A lean compromise is better than a fat lawsuit.
A lean fee is fit for a lazy clerk.
A leap year is never a good sheep year.
A learned fool is more foolish than an ignorant fool. Molière
A learned man can only be appreciated by another learned man.
A learned man hath his treasure about him.
A learned man is a tank; a wise man is a spring. W. R. Alger
A leben ahf dein kepele! (Yiddish)
A leben ahf dir! (Yiddish)
A lebre é de quem a levanta, e o coelho de quem o mata.
A lecher's love is (like sir reverence) hot.
A lecherdiken zack ken men nit onfillen. (Yiddish)
A lediger Leib ist Goldes wert; wer's nett glaubt, ist Henkers wert. Deisslingen
A leech that will not quit the skin until sated with blood. Horace
A leefft herum wie e strumzoiliger Hund. strumzoilig, strumzalig = stummelschwänzig; ein Hund mit gestutztem Schwanze, zoilig = zagelig.
A lêft (läuft), was huste, was kanste. Schlesien
A lêft wi a Herschel. Schlesien
A leg of a lark is better than the body of a kite.
A leguas entiende.
A lehmener Gojlem. Jüdisch-deutsch Die Sage erzählt von dem Prager Rabbiner, genannt der 'hohe Rabbi Löb', er habe sich einst eine Menschenfigur aus Lehm gebildet, die er dadurch zu beleben und sich dienstbar zu machen suchte, dass er den auf Pergament geschriebenen Namen Gottes auf ihre Stirn band. Kaum aber wurde das Pergament entfernt, was jeden Freitag Abend geschah, als auch der Erdenkloß leblos wurde.
A lei de amar é como a de reinar: não sofre dois.
A lei de reinar é como a de amar.
A lei deve ser como a morte: não excetuar ninguém.
A lei é dura, mas é (a) lei.
A lei é dura, mas é lei.
A lei é dura, mas é para se cumprir.
A lei não pode forçar os homens a serem bons; mas pode impedi-los de serem maus.