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    Wise Sayings


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    He must gape wide who would gape against an oven.

    Source: Dutch
    He must have crept out of hell while the devil was asleep.

    Source: Dutch
    He must indeed be a good master who never errs.

    Source: Dutch
    He must rise betimes who would please everybody.

    Source: Dutch
    He must shoot well who always hits the mark.

    Source: Dutch
    He runs as fast as if he had eggs in his shoes.

    Source: Dutch
    He said devil, but meant you.

    Source: Dutch
    He studies the Bible of fifty-two leaves (a pack of cards).

    Source: Dutch
    He swims on his own bullrush.

    Source: Dutch
    He talks like a sausage without the fat.

    Source: Dutch
    He that abideth low cannot fall hard.

    Source: Dutch
    He that buildeth upon the highway hath many advisers.

    Source: Dutch
    He that can be patient finds his foe at his feet.

    Source: Dutch
    He that can reply to an angry man is too hard for him.

    Source: Dutch
    He that chases another does not sit still himself.

    Source: Dutch
    He that comes unbidden goes unthanked.

    Source: Dutch
    He that complies against his will is of his own opinion still.

    Source: Dutch
    He that despises the little is not worthy of the great.

    Source: Dutch
    He that finds something before it is lost, will die before he is sick.

    Source: Dutch
    He that goes a borrowing goes a sorrowing.

    Source: Dutch
    He that goes a-borrowing, goes a-sorrowing.

    Source: Dutch
    He that has a choice has trouble.

    Source: Dutch
    He that has the devil on his neck must find him work.

    Source: Dutch
    He that has the luck leads the bride to church.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hath a head of butter must not come near the oven.

    Source: Dutch
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