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    Wise Sayings


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    Milk the cow, but don't pull off the udder.

    Source: Dutch
    Money is power.

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    Money is the sinew of war.

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    Money is truthful. If a man speaks of his honor, make him pay cash.

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    Money isn't everything, but it's way ahead of whatever is in second place.

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    Money isn\'t everything.

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    Money rules the world.

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    More belongs to dancing than a pair of dancing-shoes.

    Source: Dutch
    More flies are caught with a spoonful of syrup than with a cask of vinegar.

    Source: Dutch
    More flies are taken with a drop of honey than a tun of vinegar.

    Source: Dutch
    More luck than wit.

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    Much talk little work.

    Source: Dutch
    Much wisdom is smothered in a poor man's head.

    Source: Dutch
    My shirt is nearer than my cloak.

    Source: Dutch
    Neither reprove nor flatter thy wife, where any one heareth or seeth it.

    Source: Dutch
    Never was hood so holy but the devil could get his head into it.

    Source: Dutch
    No better masters than poverty and want.

    Source: Dutch
    No corn without chaff.

    Source: Dutch
    No cross, no crown.

    Source: Dutch
    No greater promisers than they who have nothing to give.

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    No house without its cross.

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    No mad dog runs seven years.

    Source: Dutch
    No man knoweth fortune till he dies.

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    No man learneth but by pain or shame.

    Source: Dutch
    No office so humble but it is better than nothing.

    Source: Dutch
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