A piece of a Churchyard fits every body. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
A piece of a kid is worth two of a cat.
A piece of bread in the pocket is better than a feather in the hat.
A piece of bread in your pocket is better than a feather in your hat.
A piece of churchyard fits everybody.
A piece of incense may be as large as the knee, but unless burned emits no fragrance.
A piece of iron can only become what the blacksmith says it should become.
A piece of land is not a little thing.
A piece of meat with eyes.
A piece of meat with two eyes (insult). Yiddish] A shtik fleish mit tsvei oygn.
A piece of simple goodness - a letter gushing from the heart: a beautiful unstudied vindication of the worth and untiring sweetness of human nature - a record of the invulnerability of man, armed with high purpose, sanctified by truth. Douglas Jerrold
A piece of sugarcane is sweetest at the joint.
A piece of wood that has been burned easily catches fire.
A pied d'oeuvre.
A piedade melhora o coração dos homens e das feras. Roquete Pinto
A piedade opõe-se completamente à lei da evolução, lei da seleção natural. (Friedrich Nietzsche)
A piede libero.
A piedra menuda.
A piedra queda, amigo molinero.
A pierce the naggers tongue with a thistle and you will hear no more complaints.
A pies de puerco y cabeza de barbo, ¿quién tendrá quedas las manos?
A pies juntillos.
A pig bought on credit grunts all the year.
A pig bought on credit is forever grunting.
A pig doesn't sleep in the lion's thicket.
A pig eats a great deal when it goes on a journey, in case it finds the other pig?s wife suffering from tooth ache.
A pig in a parlor is still a pig.
A pig never smells its own stink.
A pig of my own sow.
A pig of the worse pannier.
A pig on credit makes a good winter and a bad spring.
A pig remains a pig. Yiddish] A chazer bleibt a chazer.
A pig started a quarrel with another, and that made things easy for us.
A pig that is used to wallowing in the mud looks for a clean person to rub against.
A pig used to dirt turns its nose up at rice.
A pig used to dirt turns up his nose at rice.
A pig will find mud (anywhere).
A pig will find mud.
A pig's life, short and sweet.
A pig's tail will never make a good arrow.
A pigeon's pair.
A pigeons repus, les vesces paraissent amères.
A pignatta che bolle, non s'accosta la gatta.
A pig?s life, short and sweet.
A pig?s tail will never make a good arrow.
A pilgrim finds another pilgrim at the Arafat hill, a scabied man finds another scabied man in the heat and a pig finds another pig in the swamp.
A pilgrim, even if a sultan, is poor.
A pilgrimage is an admirable remedy for over-fastidiousness and sickly refinement. Tuckerman