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    Wise Sayings


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    A handful of patience is worth more than a bushel of brains.

    Source: Dutch
    A handful of trade, a handful of gold.

    Source: Dutch
    A handfull of patience is worth a bushel of brains.

    Source: Dutch
    A horse may stumble, though he has four feet.

    Source: Dutch
    A house full of daughters is a cellar full of sour beer.

    Source: Dutch
    A hundred bakers, a hundred millers, and a hundred tailors are three hundred thieves.

    Source: Dutch
    A hundred men can make an encampment, but it requires a woman to make a home.

    Source: Dutch
    A kiss without a beard is like an egg without salt.

    Source: Dutch
    A liar must have a good memory.

    Source: Dutch
    A liar ought to have a good memory.

    Source: Dutch
    A liar should have a good memory.

    Source: Dutch
    A little pot boils easily.

    Source: Dutch
    A little pot is soon hot.

    Source: Dutch
    A man in not known till he cometh to honour.

    Source: Dutch
    A man must eat, though every tree were a gallows.

    Source: Dutch
    A man overboard, a mouth the less.

    Source: Dutch
    A man without money is like a ship without sails.

    Source: Dutch
    A merry host makes merry guests.

    Source: Dutch
    A penny spared is better than a florin gained.

    Source: Dutch
    A pennyworth of mirth is worth a pound of sorrow.

    Source: Dutch
    A plaster house, a horse at grass, a friend in words, are all mere glass.

    Source: Dutch
    A plough that worketh, shines; but still water stinks.

    Source: Dutch
    A runaway monk never speaks well of his convent.

    Source: Dutch
    A sad bride makes a glad wife.

    Source: Dutch
    A scabby head fears the comb.

    Source: Dutch
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