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    Wise Sayings


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    A ship on the beach is a lighthouse to the sea.

    Source: Dutch
    A single day grants what a whole hear denies.

    Source: Dutch
    A smart coat is a good letter of introduction.

    Source: Dutch
    A still sow eats up all the draff.

    Source: Dutch
    A still tongue makes a wise head.

    Source: Dutch
    A still tongue maketh a wise head.

    Source: Dutch
    A stout heart tempers adversity.

    Source: Dutch
    A thief makes opportunity.

    Source: Dutch
    A thief passes for a gentleman when stealing has made him rich.

    Source: Dutch
    A threatened man lives seven years.

    Source: Dutch
    A usurer, a miller, a banker, and a publican, are the four evangelists of Lucifer.

    Source: Dutch
    A wolf hankers after sheep even at his last gasp.

    Source: Dutch
    A wolf in sheep's clothing.

    Source: Dutch
    A wreck on shore is a beacon at sea.

    Source: Dutch
    A young ewe and an old ram, every year bring forth a lamb.

    Source: Dutch
    Advisers are not givers.

    Source: Dutch
    After ebb comes flood, and friends with good.

    Source: Dutch
    After great droughts come great rains.

    Source: Dutch
    After high floods come low ebbs.

    Source: Dutch
    After rain comes fair weather.

    Source: Dutch
    After the sour comes the sweet.

    Source: Dutch
    After the storm comes a calm.

    Source: Dutch
    Agree, agree, for the law is costly.

    Source: Dutch
    All are not cooks who wear long knives.

    Source: Dutch
    All are not friends who smile on you.

    Source: Dutch
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