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For every judge we sow, we reap six magistrates, two clerks of court, four scriveners, five lawyers and five thousand businessmen; and that, let it be said, is our daily tally.
Quotation of Francisco De Quevedo
In short, not only are things not what they seem, they are not even what they are called!
Quotation of Francisco De Quevedo
Lies are greeted as wit, malice is looked upon as elegant conversation while cunning roguery is dismissed as thoughtlessness, and shamelessness is regarded as courage.
Quotation of Francisco De Quevedo
Merchants and businessmen flock in in their thousands, damning themselves in Castillian and accountancy.
Quotation of Francisco De Quevedo