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    Wise Sayings


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    Little thieves have iron chains, and great thieves gold ones.

    Source: Dutch
    Little things are pretty.

    Source: Dutch
    Little things attract light minds.

    Source: Dutch
    Little things please little minds.

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    Little wood, much fruit.

    Source: Dutch
    Long fasting is no bread sparing.

    Source: Dutch
    Long looked for comes at last.

    Source: Dutch
    Love makes labour light.

    Source: Dutch
    Love makes the world go round.

    Source: Dutch
    Love others well, but love thyself the most; give good for good, but not to thine own cost.

    Source: Dutch
    Many heads, many minds.

    Source: Dutch
    Many open a door to shut a window.

    Source: Dutch
    Many seek good nights and lose good days.

    Source: Dutch
    Many words don't fill the sack.

    Source: Dutch
    Many words go to a sackful.

    Source: Dutch
    Measure thrice before you cut once.

    Source: Dutch
    Measure twice, cut once.

    Source: Dutch
    Men can bear all things except good days.

    Source: Dutch
    Men dig their graves with their teeth.

    Source: Dutch
    Men don't die of threats.

    Source: Dutch
    Men go not laughing to heaven.

    Source: Dutch
    Men must sail while the wind serveth.

    Source: Dutch
    Merchant's goods are ebb and flood.

    Source: Dutch
    Might is not right.

    Source: Dutch
    Might is right.

    Source: Dutch
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