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    Wise Sayings


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    Take off your hat to your yesterdays; take off your coat for your tomorrows.

    Source: Dutch
    Talk of the devil and you hear his bones rattle.

    Source: Dutch
    Talk of the Devil, and he is bound to appear.

    Source: Dutch
    Talk of the wolf and his tail appears.

    Source: Dutch
    Tall trees catch much wind.

    Source: Dutch
    Tastes differ.

    Source: Dutch
    Tell no one what you would have known only to yourself.

    Source: Dutch
    Tender surgeons make foul wounds.

    Source: Dutch
    That beer's of your own brewing, and you must drink it.

    Source: Dutch
    That is beggar's fare, said the dame, when she fried eggs with the sausages.

    Source: Dutch
    That is good wisdom which is wisdom in the end.

    Source: Dutch
    That mouse will have a tail (i.e. The thing will have a long train of consequences).

    Source: Dutch
    That which burns thee not, cool not.

    Source: Dutch
    That's all well and good, but gold is better.

    Source: Dutch
    That's quickly done which is long repented.

    Source: Dutch
    The absent always bear the blame.

    Source: Dutch
    The arms of Bruges: an ass in an arm-chair.

    Source: Dutch
    The art is not in making money, but in keeping it.

    Source: Dutch
    The ass and the driver never think alike.

    Source: Dutch
    The best cause requires a good pleader.

    Source: Dutch
    The best fodder is the mater's eye.

    Source: Dutch
    The best goods are the cheapest.

    Source: Dutch
    The best horse stumbles sometimes.

    Source: Dutch
    The best pilots are ashore.

    Source: Dutch
    The better lawyer, the worse Christian.

    Source: Dutch
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