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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
Forsake not the market for the toll.  1
He loses his market who has nothing to sell.  Spanish.  2
He that cannot abide a bad market deserves not a good one.  3
He that sits to work in the market-place shall have many teachers.  Spanish.  4
It is better to have a friend on the market than money in one’s coffer.  Spanish.  5
No grass grows in the market-place.  6
No man makes haste to the market where nothing is to be bought but blows.  7
No means, no market.  8
No one has a good market for bad merchandise.  French.  9
One may come soon enough to an ill market.  10
The lamentation of a bad market.  11
There is a great difference between market days.  12
Three women and a goose make a market (or fair).  German.  13
You have brought your pigs to a fine market.  14
You may know by the market folks how the market goes.  15

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