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    Wise Sayings


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    'Tis a wise child that knows its own father.

    Source: Dutch
    'Tis altogether vain to learn wisdom, and yet live foolishly.

    Source: Dutch
    'Tis as necessary to him as gold weights are to a beggar.

    Source: Dutch
    'Tis best woo where a man can see the smoke.

    Source: Dutch
    \'Tis better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all.

    Source: Dutch
    'Tis day still, while the sun shines.

    Source: Dutch
    \'Tis too late to spare when the cask is bare.

    Source: Dutch
    'Tis well that wicked cows have short horns.

    Source: Dutch
    To do nothing teacheth to do evil.

    Source: Dutch
    To every fool his cap.

    Source: Dutch
    To get eggs there must be some cackling.

    Source: Dutch
    To hang your sickle on another man's corn.

    Source: Dutch
    To marry one is a duty; twice a folly; thrice is madness.

    Source: Dutch
    To-day stately and brave, to-morrow in the grave.

    Source: Dutch
    To-day's sorrow brings nought to-morrow.

    Source: Dutch
    Too err is human.

    Source: Dutch
    Too many cooks oversalt the porridge.

    Source: Dutch
    Too much of one thing is good for nothing.

    Source: Dutch
    Touch a galled horse and he'll wince.

    Source: Dutch
    Travel east or travel west, a man's own house is still the best.

    Source: Dutch
    Trees often transplanted seldom prosper.

    Source: Dutch
    Truth is lost with too much debating.

    Source: Dutch
    Truth is stranger than fiction.

    Source: Dutch
    Two cocks in one house, a cat and a mouse, an old man and young wife, are always in strife.

    Source: Dutch
    Two dogs seldom agree over one bone.

    Source: Dutch
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