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  • Msasi haogopi mwiba.
    A hunter is not afraid of thorns.

    Swahili proverb

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    • Koklotsu eve wo le adzre wɔm, gake wo le wo nɔɛwoe ŋkukpɔm.
      When two cocks are fighting, they are careful of each others eye.

      Evhe proverb

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      • Udin non gha man egho; ovbie okherhe ra na ron ren.
        The palm-nut that will blossom into an evergreen palm-tree can be identified and spotted out at the budding spring.

        Edo proverb

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        • If an enemy learns your dance, he/she dances it the crooked way.

          Eritrean proverb

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          • One one full basket.

            Antiguan proverb

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            • Sweep you own front do, before you sweep fu me.

              Antiguan proverb

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              • Wha mout say backside pay fah

                Antiguan proverb

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