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    The richest man, whatever his lot, is he who's content with what he has got.

    Source: Dutch
    The ruling passion strong in death.

    Source: Dutch
    The scabbier the sheep the harder it bleats.

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    The seeds of the day are best planted in the first hour.

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    The that creepeth falleth not.

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    The third person makes good company.

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    The third time pays for all.

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    The thirteenth man brings death.

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    The trade of thick-headed Michael: eating, drinking, and idling.

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    The wicked shun the light as the devil does the cross.

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    The words are fair, said the wolf, but I will not come into the village.

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    The workman is worthy of his hire.

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    The world likes to be cheated.

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    The world\'s a stage; each plays his part, and takes his share.

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    The worse service, the better luck.

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    The worse the carpenter the more the chips.

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    The worse the wheel, the more it creaks.

    Source: Dutch
    The worst wheel makes most noise.

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    The worth of a thing Is what it will bring.

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    The worth of a thing Is what it will bring.

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    The young ravens are beaked like the old.

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    There are more thieves than are hanged.

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    There come as many calf-skins to market as ox-skins.

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    There is a fool at every feast.

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    There is a remedy for all things save death.

    Source: Dutch
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