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    Wise Sayings


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    Union is strength.

    Source: Dutch
    Virtue consists in action.

    Source: Dutch
    Virtue is its own reward.

    Source: Dutch
    Was, flax, and tin; much in and little in.

    Source: Dutch
    We hang little thieves, and let great ones escape.

    Source: Dutch
    Were every one to sweep before his own house, every street would be clean.

    Source: Dutch
    Were fools silent they would pass for wise.

    Source: Dutch
    Were the sky to fall, not an earthen pot would be left whole.

    Source: Dutch
    What costs nothing is worth nothing.

    Source: Dutch
    What has horns will gore.

    Source: Dutch
    What is bred in the bone won't out of the flesh.

    Source: Dutch
    What is long spoken of happens at last.

    Source: Dutch
    What is lost in the fire must be sought in the ashes.

    Source: Dutch
    What is wrong to-day won't be right to-morrow.

    Source: Dutch
    What lay hidden under the snow cometh to light at last.

    Source: Dutch
    When a mouse has fallen into a meal sack, he thinks he is the miller himself.

    Source: Dutch
    When Adam delved and Eve span, who was then the gentleman?

    Source: Dutch
    When bale is hext, boot is next.

    Source: Dutch
    When cats are mousing they don't mew.

    Source: Dutch
    When every one sees that you are a pig, why don't you go into the sty?

    Source: Dutch
    When flies swarm in March, sheep come to their death.

    Source: Dutch
    When fools go to market, pedlars make money.

    Source: Dutch
    When gnats swarm in January, the peasant becomes a beggar.

    Source: Dutch
    When had comes, have is too late.

    Source: Dutch
    When it is God's will to plague a man, a mouse can bite him to death.

    Source: Dutch
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