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  • 'Come up, go down,' is not appropriate with another man's wife.
  • 'If I had only known!' always comes too late.
  • 'Know yourself' is not an insult.
  • 'Odem yesode meofe vesofe leofe,' beyno - lveyno iz gut a trink bronfn. (Yiddish)
    en] 'A man comes from the dust and in the dust he will end' - and in the meantime it is good to drink vodka.
  • 'Tis a stinger.
  • 'Tis as cheap sitting as standing.
  • 'Tis in grain, sir, 'twill endure wind and weather.
  • 'Tis neither here nor there.
  • A babe in the house is a wellspring of pleasure.
  • A babe is a mother's anchor, she cannot swing far from her moorings.
  • A babe is an angel whose wings decrease as his legs increase.
  • A bad beginning has a bad, or makes a worse, ending.
  • A bad cause requires many words.
  • A bad child may not be thrown into the bush.
  • A bad dog never sees the wolf.
  • A bad excuse is better than none.
  • A bad excuse is better then none.
  • A bad husband is better than an empty bed.
  • A bad padlock invites picklock.
  • A bad peace is better than a good war.
    Yiddish] A shlekhter sholem iz beser vi a guter krig.
  • A bad peace is even worse than war. [Whitman]
  • A bad penny always comes back.
  • A bad penny always turns up.
  • A bad penny always turns up.
    Yiddish] A falsheh matba?ieh farliert men nit.
  • A bad person is capable of doing anything bad (lit., what?s in the cards).
    Yiddish] Vos in der kort.
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