A court case is not bartered for with cassava. (It is not good to agree to be bribed at a court case.)
A court is an assemblage of noble and distinguished beggars. Talleyrand
A court of heraldry sprung up to supply the place of crusade exploits, to grant imaginary shields and trophies to families that never wore real armor, and it is but of late that it has been discovered to have no real jurisdiction. Shenstone
A courte chausse, longue lanière.
A courtes chausses, longues lanières.
A courtesy much entreated is half recompensed.
A courtier should be without feeling and without honour.
A courtyard common to all will be swept by none.
A couve requentada e a mulher a casa tornada jamais serão bons.
A couvoytise, rien ne suffist.
A covardia e a vaidade são os grandes inimigos da prática da fé. As pessoas com fé inclinadas para a covardia e vaidade não podem alcançar a iluminação. A prática da fé é senão o corajoso ato de avançar com espírito de leão nas horas cruciais ou nos momentos que surgem as dificuldades. (Daisaku Ikeda).
A covardia é mãe da crueldade. (Montaigne)
A covardia é o medo aceito, a coragem o medo vencido
A covetous abbot for one offering loses a hundred.
A covetous man 's like a turnspit dog - roasts meat for ithers. Scotland
A covetous man does naething that he should do, till he dies. Scotland
A covetous man does nothing that he should till he dies.
A covetous man does nothing that he should, till he dies.
A covetous man is good to none and worst to himself.
A covetous man is good to none, but worse to himself.
A covetous man is good to none, but worst to himself.
A covetous man is gude to nane, but warst to himsel. Scotland
A covetous man is like a dog in a wheel, that roasts meat for others.
A covetous man lives in dread, and dies wretched. Scotland
A covetous man makes a halfpenny of a farthing, and a liberal man makes sixpence of it.
A covetous man makes no friend.
A covetous man serves his riches, not they him.
A covetous woman deserves a swindling gallant.
A cow (or a cripple) may catch a hare.
A cow does not find its horns heavy.
A cow does not know what her tail is worth until she has lost it.
A cow from afar gives plenty of milk.
A cow gave birth to a fire: she wanted to lick it, but it burned; she wanted to leave it, but she could not because it was her own child.
A cow gave birth to a fire; she wanted to lick it, but it burned; she wanted to leave it, but she could not because it was her own child.
A cow in a clout is soon out.
A cow in a parlour does best when it makes for the door.
A cow is a very good animal in the field; but we turn her out of a garden. Johnson
A cow is not ashamed because it cannot fly.
A cow is not called dappled unless she has a spot.
A cow is not oppressed by its own hump.
A cow may refuse to give to the milking jar but it cannot refuse to contribute to the cooking pot.
A cow must graze where she is tied.
A cow that has no tail should not try to chase away flies.
A cow that moos too often is not a dairy cow.
A cow, a cow.
A cow-year, a sad year; a bull-year, a glad year.
A coward 's nae company. Scotland
A coward always hides behind someone else after he has thrown a stone.
A coward dies a thousand times before his death. The valiant never taste of death but once.