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Nationality: Spanish
Date of Birth: 09/29/1547


 

Miguel de Cervantes Quotes > Be a terror to the butchers,...

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Be a terror to the butchers, that they may be fair in their weight; and keep hucksters and fraudulent dealers in awe, for the same reason.
Miguel de Cervantes

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