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    Wise Sayings


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    Put not your trust in princes.

    Source: Dutch
    Put your hand in your conscience and see if it don't come out as black as pitch.

    Source: Dutch
    Rejoice in little, shun what is extreme; the ship rides safest in a little stream.

    Source: Dutch
    Render unto Caesar the things that are Caesar's.

    Source: Dutch
    Rest makes rusty.

    Source: Dutch
    Reward sweetens labour.

    Source: Dutch
    Reynard is still Reynard, though he put on a cowl.

    Source: Dutch
    Ride on, but look before you.

    Source: Dutch
    Ridicule is the test of truth.

    Source: Dutch
    Roast geese don't come flying into your mouth.

    Source: Dutch
    Roast pigeons don't fly through the air.

    Source: Dutch
    Roasted pigeons will not fly into one's mouth.

    Source: Dutch
    Roses fall, but the thorns remain.

    Source: Dutch
    Self-love is blind.

    Source: Dutch
    Self-love nobody else's love.

    Source: Dutch
    Set a beggar on horseback, and he don\'t trot, but gallops.

    Source: Dutch
    Set thy expense according to thy trade.

    Source: Dutch
    Shame lasts longer than poverty.

    Source: Dutch
    She hangs out the broom (wants a husband).

    Source: Dutch
    Sickness comes on horseback and departs on foot.

    Source: Dutch
    Sickness comes on horseback, but goes away on foot.

    Source: Dutch
    Silence answers much.

    Source: Dutch
    Sloth is the beginning of vice.

    Source: Dutch
    Small gains bring great wealth.

    Source: Dutch
    Smoke, stench, and a troublesome wife are what drive men from home.

    Source: Dutch
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