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    Wise Sayings


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    A fool is like all other men as long as he remains silent.

    Source: Danish
    A fool is like other men as long as he is silent.

    Source: Danish
    A fool laughs when others laugh.

    Source: Danish
    A fool only wins the first game.

    Source: Danish
    A foul mouth must be provided with a strong back.

    Source: Danish
    A friend's faults may be notices, but not blamed.

    Source: Danish
    A friend's frown is better than a fool's smile.

    Source: Danish
    A full belly dances better than a fine coat.

    Source: Danish
    A full stomach praises Lent.

    Source: Danish
    A full vessel must be carried carefully.

    Source: Danish
    A glad heart seldom sighs, but a sorrowful mouth often laughs.

    Source: Danish
    A golden key opens every door except that of heaven.

    Source: Danish
    A good handicraft has a golden foundation.

    Source: Danish
    A good king is better than an old law.

    Source: Danish
    A good neighbour is better than a brother far off.

    Source: Danish
    A good plan today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow.

    Source: Danish
    A goose drinks as much as a gander.

    Source: Danish
    A greedy mill grinds all kinds of corn.

    Source: Danish
    A green Christmas makes a fat churchyard.

    Source: Danish
    A green Yule makes a fat churchyard.

    Source: Danish
    A gross belly does not produce a refined mind.

    Source: Danish
    A hard bit does not make the better horse.

    Source: Danish
    A head is not to be cut off because it is scabby.

    Source: Danish
    A headless army fights badly.

    Source: Danish
    A headstrong man and a fool may wear the same cap.

    Source: Danish
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