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    Wise Sayings


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    He that hath an ill name is half hanged.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hath been bitten by a serpent is afraid of a rope.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hath many irons in the fire, some of them will cool.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hath no honey in his pot, let him have it in his mouth.

    Source: Dutch
    He that hears much and speaks not at all Shall be welcome both in bower and hall."

    Source: Dutch
    He that hears much, hears many lies.

    Source: Dutch
    He that is at sea has not the wind in his hands.

    Source: Dutch
    He that is bitten by a dog must apply some of its hair.

    Source: Dutch
    He that is embarked with the devil must sail with him.

    Source: Dutch
    He that lives with cripples learns to limp.

    Source: Dutch
    He that lives with wolves, must howl with wolves.

    Source: Dutch
    He that looketh on a woman to lust after her, hath committed adultery already with her in his heart.

    Source: Dutch
    He that loves his child chastises him.

    Source: Dutch
    He that makes himself a sheep will be eaten by the wolf.

    Source: Dutch
    He that plays at racket must watch the ball.

    Source: Dutch
    He that pryeth into the clouds, may be struck with a thunderbolt.

    Source: Dutch
    He that spares something to-day will have something to-morrow.

    Source: Dutch
    He that tickles himself, may laugh when he will.

    Source: Dutch
    He that well considers the world, must own he has never seen a better.

    Source: Dutch
    He that will cheat at play, will cheat you any way.

    Source: Dutch
    He that will conquer must fight.

    Source: Dutch
    He that will have eggs, must bear with cackling.

    Source: Dutch
    He that will have fire must bear with smoke.

    Source: Dutch
    He that will have no trouble in this world must not be born in it.

    Source: Dutch
    He that will have the kernel, must crack the shell.

    Source: Dutch
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