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    Wise Sayings


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    No one can have peace longer than his neighbour pleases.

    Source: Dutch
    No one is wise in his own affairs.

    Source: Dutch
    No one knows where another's shoe pinches.

    Source: Dutch
    No one so sure but he may miss.

    Source: Dutch
    No sheep runs into the mouth of a sleeping wolf.

    Source: Dutch
    Nobility of soul is more honourable than nobility of birth.

    Source: Dutch
    Nobody's sweetheart is ugly.

    Source: Dutch
    Nothing is haste but catching flies.

    Source: Dutch
    Nothing so bad but it finds its master.

    Source: Dutch
    Nothing so bad but it might have been worse.

    Source: Dutch
    Nothing so bold as a blind man.

    Source: Dutch
    Of hasty counsel take good heed, for haste is very rarely speed.

    Source: Dutch
    Of listening children have your fears, for little pitchers have great ears.

    Source: Dutch
    Offer a clown your finger, and he'll take your fist.

    Source: Dutch
    Oil is best at the beginning, honey at the end, and wine in the middle.

    Source: Dutch
    Old birds are not caught with cats.

    Source: Dutch
    Old foxes are hard to catch.

    Source: Dutch
    On a small pretence the wolf devours the sheep.

    Source: Dutch
    One bird in the hand is better than two flying.

    Source: Dutch
    One cannot shoe a running horse.

    Source: Dutch
    One does it for love, another for honour, a third for money.

    Source: Dutch
    One God, one wife, but many friends.

    Source: Dutch
    One lost, two found.

    Source: Dutch
    One must sometimes hold a candle to the devil.

    Source: Dutch
    One nail drives in another.

    Source: Dutch
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