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mote
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Don Quixote
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  • So that he ’who sees the mote in another’s eye had need to see the beam in his own,’ that it be not said of himself, ’the dead woman was frightened at the one with her throat cut;’ and your worship knows well that ’the fool knows more in his own house than the wise man in another’s.’
  • Go on, boy, and don’t mind; for so long as I fill my pouch, no matter if I show as many inaccuracies as there are motes in a sunbeam."

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  • without a mote of protest
  • a mote in your eye

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