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A ghost never haunts an office.
A purse without money is a grape without seeds.
Give a penny, get a pint.
A fox is a dangerous locksmith.
Honesty is the best umbrella.
The eye can taste what the nose can't feel.
A cough is the devil's laugh.
Where the badger burrows, no ferret furrows.
The last candle lasts longest.
If I hadn't seen this cartoon about the world economy by Samsudin Ismail, I could never have made this powerful artistic statement about health care.
Peacocks can't count each other's feathers.
A friend is the best bank.
A bucket with a hole in it has become a clock.
The wall that faces the window is whitest.
A drunk dart flies true.
The pauper's inheritance is envy.
The baker rises before the dough.
The flower dies to feed the lover.
The bear's king is the dustman.