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PACKAGE
@@ Good things come in small packages. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚Q‚S
@@ The best things come in small packages. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚Q‚S

PAIN
@@ After pleasure comes pain. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚R
@@ Genius is an infinite capacity for taking pains. Λ ‚P‚O‚T
@@ If you gently touch a nettle it'll sting you for your pains. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚U
@@ No gain (or gains) without pain (or pains). Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚T
@@ No pain (or pains), no gain (or gains). Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O
@@ There is no pleasure without pain. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚Q

PAN
@@ (Leap) Out of the frying pan into the fire. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T‚P
@@ A watched pan (or pot) never boils. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚TE Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚X
@@ If ifs and ans were pots and pans there'd be no work for tinkers.[Mother Goose] Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚R

PAPER
@@ The fairer paper, the fouler the blot. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚P‚V

PARDON
@@ Never ask pardon before you are accused. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚S
@@ Pardon all but thyself. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚Q‚T
@@ Pardoning the bad is injuring the good. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚Q‚S

PAST
@@ A (or The) mill cannot grind with the water that is past. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚V
@@ A word spoken is past recalling. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚X‚T
@@ Danger past, God forgotten. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T‚R
@@ It is too late to grieve when the chance is past.@Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚V
@@ Things past cannot be recalled but may be repented. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚W
@@ Things past cannot be recalled. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚W
@@ Things present are judged by things past. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚V‚U

PATIENCE
@@ Patience is a virtue. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚S
@@ Patience provoked turns to fury. Λ ‹³ŒP‚RC Λ ‹³ŒP‚V‚P

PATIENT
@@ Cure the disease and kill the patient. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚X
@@ The purse of the patient protracts the disease. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚Q

PAYCPAYER
@@ An ill payer never wants an excuse. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚T
@@ Crime does not pay. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚U‚S
@@ He who pays the piper calls the tune. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚S‚R
@@ Hypocrisy is a homage that vice pays to virtue. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚U‚P
@@ They that dance must pay the fiddle. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚S

PEACE
@@ In peace prepare for war. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚S
@@ There is no peace for the wicked.[Isaiah] Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚U‚S

PEACOCK
@@ The peacock has fair feathers, but foul feet. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚PE Λ ‹³ŒP ‚P‚V

PEARL
@@ Cast not (or Do not throw) pearls before swine.[Matthew] Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚V

PEBBLE
@@ There are more pebbles on the beach than one. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚X
@@ There are plenty of other pebbles on the beach. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚X

PEN
@@ The pen is mightier than the sword. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚W‚W

PENNYCPENCE
@@ A bad penny always comes back (or turns up). Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚X
@@ A penny saved is a penny earned (or gained). Λ ‹³ŒP‚R‚OE Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚V
@@ Don't spoil the ship for half a penny's worth of tar. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚R‚S
@@ In for a penny, in for a pound. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚P
@@ Penny wise and pound foolish. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚S‚T
@@ Take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚R‚O

PHYSICIAN
@@ Physician, heal thyself.[Luke] Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚S

PICTURE
@@ A (or One) picture is worth a thousand words. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚O‚U
@@ Speech is the picture of the mind. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚X‚S
@@ There is another side to the picture. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚P

PIG
@@ If you would be happy for a week take a wife; if you would be happy for a month kill a pig; but if you would be happy all your life plant a garden. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚T‚VE Λ ‹³ŒP@‚U‚S
@@ Never buy a pig in a poke. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚Q‚Q
@@ Steal a pig and give the feet for alms. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚P‚U‚P
@@ What can you expect from a hog (or pig) but a grunt? Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚S‚O

PILLOW
@@ A quiet conscience is a soft pillow. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚U‚P
@@ The best advice is found on the pillow. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚O‚T

PIPER
@@ He who pays the piper calls the tune. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚S‚R

PITCH
@@ He that touches (or toucheth) pitch shall be defiled. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚R‚O

PITCHER
@@ Little (or Small) pitchers have long (or large, or great) ears. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚X‚X
@@ The pitcher (or pot) goes so often to the well that it is broken at last. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚R E Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚O
@@ The pitcher goes once too often to the well. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚R E Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚O
@@ Whether the pitcher strikes the stone, or the stone the pitcher, it is bad for the pitcher. Λ ‹³ŒP@‚V‚VC Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚S‚S

PITY
@@ A little help is worth a deal of pity. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚O
@@ Pity is akin to love.[Thomas Southerne] Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚T‚P

PLACE
@@ A place for everything, and everything in its place.[Isabella Mary Beeton] Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚V
@@ A woman's place is in the house. Λ ƒRƒgƒƒU‚±‚Ϊ‚κ˜bi‚Tj
@@ Be it ever so humble, there's no place like home.[John Howard Payne] Λ ‹³ŒP ‚S
@@ Lightning never strikes twice in the same place. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T‚W
@@ One cannot be in two places at once. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚W‚T
@@ There is a time and place for everything. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚Q
@@ There's no place like home.[John Howard Payne] Λ ‹³ŒP ‚S

PLAY
@@ All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚R
@@ Give and take is fair play. Λ‹³ŒP@‚T‚V
@@ God's lambs will play. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚U
@@ He is not a wise man who cannot play the fool on occasion. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚P
@@ If you play with fire you get burned. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚Q‚Q
@@ It needs more skill than I can tell to play the second fiddle well.[Charles H. Spurgeon] Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚S‚V
@@ There's many a good tune played on an old fiddle. Λ ‹³ŒP‚W‚QE Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚W‚PE Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚Q‚W
@@ When the cat is away, the mice will play. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚S‚P


PLEASANT
@@ Pleasant hours flay fast. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚X

PLEASE
@@ All meat pleases not all mouths. Λ ‹³ŒP@‚Q‚O
@@ Little things please little minds. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚R‚Q

PLEASURE
@@ After pleasure comes pain. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚R
@@ Stolen pleasures are sweetest. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚P‚Q
@@ There is no pleasure without pain. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚Q

POACHER
@@ An old poacher makes the best keeper (or gamekeeper). Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚U‚U

POCKET
@@ Money burns a hole in the pocket. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚S‚W
@@ The last shirt has no pockets. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚R

POET
@@ Poets are born, not made. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚W

POISON
@@ One man's meat (or gravy) is another man's poison. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚RE Λ ‹³ŒP ‚Q‚O

POLITICS
@@ Politics makes strange bedfellows. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚Q‚W

POOR
@@ Hope is the poor man's bread. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚O
@@ It is a sad (or poor) heart that never rejoices. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T‚W
@@ One law for the rich and another for the poor. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚P
@@ The rich man has his ice in the summer and the poor man gets his in the winter. Λ ‹³ŒP@‚T‚T

PORT
@@ Any port in a storm. Λ ‹³ŒP‚V‚SE Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚Q‚V

PORTION
@@ A fair face is half a portion. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚P‚W

POSITION
@@ One position expels another. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚Q

POSSESSION
@@ Possession is nine (or eleven) points of the law. Λ ‹³ŒP@‚T
@@ Possession is nine tenths of the law. Λ ‹³ŒP@‚T
@@ Prospect is often better than possession. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚P‚R

POSTERITY
@@ A man does not plant a tree for himself; he plants it for posterity. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚Q‚S‚U

POT
@@ A little pot is soon hot. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚R‚R
@@ A watched pan (or pot) never boils. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚TE Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚X
@@ If ifs and ans were pots and pans there'd be no work for tinkers.[Mother Goose] Λ ‹³ŒP ‚X‚R
@@ Praise without profit puts little in the pot. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚O
@@ The pitcher (or pot) goes so often to the well that it is broken at last. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚R E Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚O
@@ The pot calls (or called) the kettle black. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚Q‚R
@@ You cannot get a quart into a pint pot. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚V

POUND
@@ An ounce of common sense is worth a pound of theory.@Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚W‚R
@@ An ounce of mother wit is worth a pound of learning. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚W‚R
@@ An ounce of practice is worth A pound of precept. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚S
@@ An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T
@@ In for a penny, in for a pound. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚P
@@ Mischief comes by the pound and goes away by the ounce. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T‚P
@@ Penny wise and pound foolish. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚S‚T
@@ Take care of the pence and the pounds will take care of themselves. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚R‚O

POUR
@@ Don't pour out the dirty water before you have clean. Λ ‹³ŒP‚U‚TE Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚Q‚T
@@ It never rains but it pours. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T‚P
@@ Pouring oil on the fire is not the way to quench it. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚W‚P
@@ When it rains, it pours. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T‚P

POVERTY
@@ Misery (or Misfortune, or Adversity, or Poverty) makes strange bedfellows. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚R‚X
@@ Poverty is mother of health. Λ ƒRƒgƒƒU‚±‚Ϊ‚κ˜bi‚Rj
@@ Poverty is no disgrace, but it is a great inconvenience. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚V
@@ Poverty is no sin. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚V
@@ Poverty is not a crime. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚V
@@ Poverty parts friendship.@Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚R‚U
@@ When poverty comes in at the door, love flies out of the window. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚S

POWER
@@ Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚S‚S
@@ Knowledge is power.@Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚V‚Q
@@ Power corrupts.Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚S‚S

PRACTICE
@@ An ounce of practice is worth A pound of precept. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚S
@@ Practice makes perfect. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚Q
@@ Practice what you preach. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚S

PRAISE
@@ Counsel must be followed, not praised. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚S
@@ Let every man praise the bridge he goes over. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚U
@@ Praise makes good men better and bad men worse. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚W‚P
@@ Praise the child, and you make love to the mother. Λ ‹³ŒP@‚X‚X
@@ Praise without profit puts little in the pot. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚O
@@ Praises fill not the belly. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚O
@@ Fair words fill not the belly. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚O
@@ Self-praise is no recommendation. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚O

PRECEPT
@@ An ounce of practice is worth A pound of precept. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚S
@@ Example is better than precept. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚S

PRESENT
@@ He who takes a lion when he is absent, fears a mouse present. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚U‚S
@@ No time like the present. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚U
@@ The golden age was never the present age.@Λ ‹³ŒP ‚V
@@ There is no time like the present. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚P‚U
@@ Things present are judged by things past.@Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚V‚U

PREVENTION
@@ An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T
@@ Prevention is better than cure. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U‚S

PRICE
@@ A thing you don't want is dear at any price. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚V
@@ Every man has his price. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚P

PRICK
@@ Do not kick against the pricks.[The Acts] Λ ‹³ŒP‚V‚VE@ Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚Q‚Q
@@ He that sows thistles shall reap prickles. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚Q‚Q
@@ It is better to be stung by a nettle than pricked by a rose. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚R‚W

PRIDE
@@ Pride goes before destruction (or fall). Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚O
@@ Pride will have a fall. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚O

PRIEST
@@ Once a priest, always a priest. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚R‚X

PROFIT
@@ No great loss but some small profit. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚P
@@ Praise without profit puts little in the pot. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚P‚O

PROMISE
@@ A promise is a promise. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚X‚T

PROOF
@@ The proof of the pudding is in the eating. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚V‚U

PROPHET
@@ A prophet is not without honor, save in his own country (and in his own house).[Matthew] Λ ‹³ŒP ‚U

PROPOSE
@@ Man proposes; God disposes. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚T‚S

PROSPECT
@@ Prospect is often better than possession. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚P‚R

PROSPERITY
@@ In time of prosperity, friends will be plenty; in time of adversity, not one amongst twenty. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚R‚U
@@ Prosperity makes friends, adversity tries them. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚S‚O

PUBLIC
@@ Don't wash your dirty linen in public. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚R‚T
@@ One does not wash one's dirty linen in public. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚R‚T

PUNCTUALITY
@@ Punctuality is the politeness of kings (or princes).[Louis XVIII] Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚W
@@ Punctuality is the soul of business. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚W

PUPIL
@@ Today is yesterday's pupil. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚V‚U

PURPOSE
@@ The devil can cite Scripture for his purpose. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚W‚OE Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚U‚P
@@ Wise men need not blush for changing their purposes. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚V‚V

PURSE
@@ A light purse makes a heavy heart. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚S
@@ He that hath a full purse never wanted a friend. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚R‚U E Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚O
@@ He that hath not silver in his purse should have silk in (or on) his tongue. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚O
@@ Little and often fills the purse. Λ ‹³ŒP ‚R‚OE Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚O‚R
@@ The purse of the patient protracts the disease. Λ ‹³ŒP‚P‚T‚Q
@@ You cannot make a silk purse out of a sow's ear. Λ ‹³ŒP‚Q‚S‚O


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