A criticare son tutti bravi.
A crooked log makes a straight fire.
A crooked log makes a strait fire.
A crooked stick will have a crooked shadow.
A crooked tree will have a crooked shadow.
A cross borne in simplicity, without the interference of self-love to augment it, is only half a cross. Suffering in this simplicity of love, we are not only happy in spite of the cross, but because of it; for love is pleased in suffering for the Well Beloved, and the cross which forms us into His image is a consoling bond of love.
A crow is never the whiter for ever washing.
A crow is never the whiter for washing herself often.
A crowd always thinks with its sympathy, never with its reason.
W. R. Alger
A crowd is not company.
A crowd of people, and not one real person among them.
Yiddish] A groyse oylem, un nito eyn mentsch.
A crowd of shivering slaves of every nation,
And age, and sex, were in the market rang'd;
Each bevy with the merchant in his station:
Poor creatures! their good looks were sadly chang'd;
All save the blacks seem'd jaded with vexation,
From friends, and home, and freedom far estrang'd.
The negroes more philosophy display'd, -
Used to it, no doubt, as eels are to be flay'd.
A crowd will help you down.
A crown in pocket doth you more credit than an angel spent.
A crown is no cure for the/a headache.
A crown! what is it? It is to bear the miseries of a people, - to hear their murmurs, feel their discontents, and sink beneath a load of splendid care.
A crown! what is it?
It is to bear the miseries of a people!
To hear their murmurs, feel their discontents,
And sink beneath a load of splendid care!
Golden in show, is but a wreath of thorns;
Brings dangers, troubles, cares, and sleepless nights
To him who wears the regal diadem,
When on his shoulders each man's burden lies;
For therein stands the office of a king,
His honor, virtue, merit, and chief praise,
That for the public all this weight he bears.
A Croydon Coranto.
A cruce salus.
en] Salvation (comes) from the cross.
A cruel story runs on wheels, and every hand oils the wheels as they run.
A crueldade continuará existindo sobre a face da Terra, enquanto não tenhamos aprendido a nos colocar no lugar dos outros. (Samael Aum Weor)
A cruz na boca e o diabo no coração.
A cruz nos peitos e o diabo nos feitos.
A crystal river
Diaphanous because it travels slowly,
Soft is the music that would charm forever;
The flower of sweetest smell is shy and lowly.
A cualquier dolencia, es remedio la paciencia.
A cualquier duelo, la paciencia es remedio.
A cuanto Dios me da a entender.
A cuba cheira ao vinho que tem em si.
A cuckold is a good man's fellow.
A cuckoo for one!
A cuco não cuques, e a ladrão não furtes.
A cucumber being offered a poor man, he refused it because it was crooked.
A cuenta del conde, no mates al hombre.
A cuenta, en pago.
A cuentas viejas, barajas nuevas.
A cuero tiesto, álzase el piezgo.
A cuero tiesto, piezgo enhiesto.
A cul rogneux, un coup d'estrille.
A culpa condena.
A culpa de quem se ama dói mais e perdoa-se mais asinha.
A culpa de quem se ama, dói mais e perdoa-se mais asinha.
A culpa de um não deve ser pena de todos.
A culpa de um pecado não se paga com a penitência de outro.
A culpa ficou solteira.
A culpa morre solteira.
A culpa morreu solteira.
A culpa promete a pena.
A culpa promete pena.
A culpa que se confessa com lágrimas de arrependimento começa a ser virtude.