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• All in its proper time

• It’s better to be safe than sorry

• Adventure is the champagne of life

• Travel broadens the mind

• It’s just stones throw away

• To get away from it all

• To make up for lost time (atsigriebti uz prarasta laika)

• I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you

• Better late than never

• One men’s meat is another man’s poison

• Beauty is in the eye of the beholder (kiekvienas savaip supranta grozi)

• In one ear and out the other

• There is no place like home

• Strike while the iron is hot

• People who llive in glass houses should never throw stones

• Prevention is better than cure

• Rome wasn’t build in one day

• So many countries, so many customs

• Speech is silver but silence is gold

• Still water runs deep

• A crust is better than no bread

• Friendship, the older it grow, the stronger it is

• Who receives a gift, sells his liberty

• If the mountain doesn’t come to Mahomet, Mahomet must go to the mountain

• Men do more things though habit than though reason

• Honesty is the best policy

• Hungry as a hunter

• If you run aafter two horses, you will catch neither

• Ill news travels fast

• It never rains but it pours (beda viena nevaiksto)

• Look before you leap

• Last but not least

• Make hay while the sun shines (darbus atlik laiku)

• More haste, less speed

• Never put off till tomorrow what yyou can do today

• No news is good news

• Out of sight out of mind

• Envy never enriched any man

• It is easy to be wide after the event

• Pride goes before, and shame follows after

• Words have wings and can not be recalled

• There is no great loss without some gain

• A good heart conquers ill fortune

• A stitch in time saves nine

• A tree is knows by its fruits

• All that glitters isn’t gold

• Birds of a father flock together

• Cast not your pearls before swine

• Catch the bear before you sell his skin

• If something is worth doing, it is worth doing well

• Handsome is as handsome does

• He laughs best who laughs last

• He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth

• As you make your bed, so must lie on it

• Pardoning the bad iis injuring the good

• The old believe everything, the middle – aged suspect everything, the young know everything. (Oscar Wilde)

• Every bird likes its nest

• Home is where the heart is

• Sweep before your own door

• Charity begins at home

• East or west – home is best

• My house is my castle

• Every man is a master of his house

• No gold can by a good friend

• Spare the rod and spoil the child

• Slow but wins the race

• Take things as they come and be content

• When things are at the wworst, they begin to mend

• Love all, trust a few

• A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush

• Money will say more in one moment that the most eloquent lover can in year (Henri Fielding)

• A burnt child dreads the fire

• A drawing man will catch at a straw (skestantis siaudo griebiasi)

• A friend in need is a friend in deed

• Women have become so highly educated that nothing should surprise them except happy marriages (Oscar Wilde)

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