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he who chastens one chastens twenty
he who does lend loses his friend
he who does not know becomes a critic
he who does not owe has no woes
he who does not yield does not advance
he who doth lend loseth money and friend
he who envies admits his inferiority
he who excuses accuses himself
he who excuses himself accuses himself
he who fears death lives not
he who fights and runs away lives to fight another day
he who fights with lies sooner or later dies
he who finds a friend finds a treasure
he who gets does much he who keeps does more
he who gives fair words feeds with an empty spoon
he who gives you a gift on a pedestal you must lift
he who goes into a mill comes out powdered
he who goes to the fair loses his chair
he who handles thorns shall prick his fingers
he who has a bad name is half hanged
he who has a guilty conscience is afraid of being caught
he who has a tongue in his head may find his way anywhere
he who has but one coat cannot lend it
he who has done ill once will do it again
he who has ears let him hear
he who has ears to hear let him hear
he who has lost his credit is dead to the world
he who has Money does what he wants
he who has money has what he wants
he who has money in his purse cannot want a head for his shoulders
he who has no shame has no conscience
he who has nothing has nothing to lose
he who has nothing to offer has few friends
he who hath ears let him hear
he who hath not can not give
he who helps others helps himself
he who hesitates is lost
he who hurts another hurts himself
he who is born to be hanged shall never be drowned
he who is content in his poverty is wonderfully rich
he who is everywhere is nowhere
he who is not with me is against me
he who is without shame all the word is his
he who is without shame all the world is his
he who is without sin among you let him first cast a stone
he who knowingly accepts cheating will be cheated for ever
he who knows nothing doubts nothing
he who labors and thrives spins gold
he who laughs last laughs best
he who laughs last laughs the best
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he who has ears to hear let him hear  Interjection
  1. Translate "he who has ears to hear let him hear" to Spanish: el que tenga oídos que oiga
    English Synonyms of "he who has ears to hear let him hear": he who has ears let him hear, he who hath ears let him hear

 

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