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Elle fut la nourrice de la reine Morgase et celle d'Elayne.


  • TDR,Ch48 – Do not cut off your ears because you do not like your earrings.
  • TSR,Ch6 – You can weave silk from pig bristles before you can make a man anything but a man.
  • TSR,Ch6 – A weeping woman is a bucket with no bottom.
  • TSR,Ch16 – Poke the meekest dog too often and he will bite.
  • TFoH,Ch9 – A man is a man, on a throne or in a pigsty.
  • TFoH,Ch10 – A shoat squealing under a fence just attracts the fox, when it should be trying to run.
  • TFoH,Ch10 – Not thinking about a thorn doesn't make it hurt your foot any less.
  • TFoH,Ch13 – A fool puts her hand into a hollow tree without finding what's inside first.
  • TFoH,Ch14 – If you don't look for snakes, you cannot complain when one bites you.
  • TFoH,Ch19 – A gnarled old branch dulls the blade that severs a sapling.
  • TFoH,Ch19 – When the honey's out of the comb, there's no putting it back.
  • TFoH,Ch19 – Better to face the bear than run from it.
  • TFoH,Ch19 – A fool puts a burr under the saddle before she rides.
  • TFoH,Ch19 – Dragging feet never finish a journey.
  • TFoH,Ch34 – You cannot hold the sun down at dawn.
  • TFoH,Ch35 – Even a queen stubs her toe, but a wise woman watches the path.
  • TFoH,Ch47 – Waiting turns men into bears in a barn, and women into cats in a sack.
  • TFoH,Ch49 – An open sack hides nothing, and an open door hides little, but an open man is surely hiding something.
  • TFoH,Ch49 – To know two, you must first know one.
  • TFoH,Ch50 – "Wish" and "want" trip the feet, but "is" makes the path smoother.
  • TFoH,Ch56 – A young lion charges quickest, and when you least expect it.
  • TFoH,Ch56 – There's no point letting honey age too long before you eat it.
  • TFoH,Ch56 – It's too late to change your mind after you've jumped off the cliff.
  • LoC,Prologue – A slow horse does not always reach the end of the journey.
  • LoC,Prologue – The right medicine always tastes bitter.
  • LoC,Ch7 – What can't be changed must be endured.
  • LoC,Ch7 – The pike does not ask the frog's permission before dining.
  • LoC,Ch13 – What you need isn't always what you want.
  • LoC,Ch37 – You can't put honey back in the comb.
  • LoC,Ch39 – Fools only listen to themselves.
  • ACoS,Ch33 – The blindest are those who keep their eyes shut.
  • ACoS,Ch36 – Only fools kiss hornets or bite fire.
  • ACoS,Ch30 – You can never put honey back in the comb.
  • TPoD,Ch3 – Peel the apple in your hand, girl, not the one on the tree.
  • TPoD,Ch3 – Tears are for after; they just waste time before.
  • TPoD,Ch3 – When a woman plays the fool, look for the man.
  • TPoD,Ch3 – Kittens tangle your yarn, men tangle your wits, and it's simple as breathing for both.
  • TPoD,Ch3 – It's one of the things men are for, taking the blame. They usually deserve it, even if you don't know exactly how.
  • TPoD,Ch5 – No knife is sharper than a sister's hate.
  • TPoD,Ch7 – A fool abandons friends, and gives up silver for shiny brass.
  • TPoD,Ch7 – Three things annoy to distraction: a tooth that aches, a shoe that pinches, and a man that chatters.
  • TPoD,Ch30 – Be sure of yourself, girl, but not too sure.
  • TPoD,Ch30 – It isn't the stone you see that trips you on your nose.
  • TPoD,Ch30 – A secret spoken finds wings.
  • WH,Ch6 – Sup from too many dishes, and you deserve a bellyache that'll split you open.
  • WH,Ch9 – A full stomach at midday makes for a dull head in the afternoon.
  • CoT,Ch12 – You count your plums in the basket, not on the tree.
  • CoT,Ch13 – When you ask questions, then you have to hear the answers whether you want to or not.
  • CoT,Ch14 – Always plan ahead, but worry too hard over next year, and you can trip over tomorrow.
  • KoD,Ch13 – You can't put honey back in the comb, child.
  • KoD,Ch14 – You can't know another woman's reasons until you've worn her dress for a year.