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    Wise Sayings


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    For a flying enemy make a silver bridge.

    Source: Dutch
    For a good appetite there is no hard bread.

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    For great evils strong remedies.

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    Forbear a quarrel with a friend to move: anger breeds hatred; concord sweetens love.

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    Forced love does not last.

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    Fortune and glass break soon, alas!

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    Fortune does not stand waiting at any one's door.

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    Fortune is round; it makes one a king, another a dunghill.

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    Fortune lost, nothing lost; courage lost, much lost; honour lost, more lost; soul lost, all lost.

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    From a spark the house is burnt.

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    From little things men go on to great.

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    From small beginning come great things.

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    From the boat we get to the ship.

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    From the cradle to the tomb, Not all gladness, not all gloom.

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    From the father comes honour, from the mother comfort.

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    From trivial things great contests oft arise.

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    Froth is no beer.

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    Full bottles and glasses make swearers and asses.

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    Full cup, steady hand.

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    Geese are plucked as long as they have any feathers.

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    Genius is an infinite capacity for taking pains.

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    Gentility, sent to market, will not buy a peck of meal.

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    Give an ass oats and he runs after thistles.

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    Give and take is fair play.

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    Give at first asking what you safely can; 'tis certain gain to help an honest man.

    Source: Dutch
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