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    Wise Sayings


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    All are not princes who ride with the emperor.

    Source: Dutch
    All are not saints that go to church.

    Source: Dutch
    All beginnings are hard, said the thief, and began by stealing an anvil.

    Source: Dutch
    All clouds do not rain.

    Source: Dutch
    All cocks must have a comb.

    Source: Dutch
    All do not bite that show their teeth.

    Source: Dutch
    All feet tread not in one shoe.

    Source: Dutch
    All flowers are not fit for nosegays.

    Source: Dutch
    All is fish that comes to the net.

    Source: Dutch
    All is well: for if the bride has not fair hair, she has a fair skin.

    Source: Dutch
    All my goods are of silver and gold, even my copper kettle, says the boaster.

    Source: Dutch
    All offices are greasy (i.e. open to receive what the Dutch call smear-money, a term derived from the fee paid for greasing wheels).

    Source: Dutch
    All threateners don't fight.

    Source: Dutch
    All too good is every man's fool.

    Source: Dutch
    An ape's an ape, though he wear a gold ring.

    Source: Dutch
    An ape, a priest, and a louse, are three devils in one house.

    Source: Dutch
    An egg is an egg, said the boor, and took the goose's egg.

    Source: Dutch
    An ennobled peasant does not know his own father.

    Source: Dutch
    An envious man waxes lean with the fatness of his neighbour.

    Source: Dutch
    An honest man's word is his bond.

    Source: Dutch
    An hour in the morning is worth two at night.

    Source: Dutch
    An idle man is the devil\'s pillow.

    Source: Dutch
    An inch too short is as bad as an ell.

    Source: Dutch
    An indulgent mother makes a sluttish daughter.

    Source: Dutch
    An old ewe dressed lamb-fashion.

    Source: Dutch
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