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    When many shepherds tend the sheep, they but so much the longer sleep.

    Source: Dutch
    When misery is highest help is nighest.

    Source: Dutch
    When nought comes to aught, it does not know itself.

    Source: Dutch
    When one sheep is over the dam, the rest follow.

    Source: Dutch
    When prosperity smiles, beware of its guiles.

    Source: Dutch
    When the ass is too happy he begins dancing on the ice.

    Source: Dutch
    When the calf is drowned they cover the well.

    Source: Dutch
    When the cat sleeps, the mice play.

    Source: Dutch
    When the cat\'s away, it is jubilee with the mice.

    Source: Dutch
    When the cook and the steward fall out we hear who stole the butter.

    Source: Dutch
    When the devil gets into the church he seats himself on the altar.

    Source: Dutch
    When the dog is down, every one is ready to bite him.

    Source: Dutch
    When the head is sick the whole body is sick.

    Source: Dutch
    When the husband earns well the wife spins well.

    Source: Dutch
    When the mouse has had its fill, the meal turns bitter.

    Source: Dutch
    When the pig has had a bellyful it upsets the trough.

    Source: Dutch
    When the pirate prays, there is great danger.

    Source: Dutch
    When the pot boils over it cooleth itself.

    Source: Dutch
    When the shepherd strays, the sheep stray.

    Source: Dutch
    When the stomach is full the heart is glad.

    Source: Dutch
    When the tree falls every one runs to cut boughs.

    Source: Dutch
    When the wine goes in the wit goes out.

    Source: Dutch
    When the wine is in the man, the wit is in the can.

    Source: Dutch
    When thieves fall out, honest men come to their goods.

    Source: Dutch
    When thine enemy retreateth, make him a golden bridge.

    Source: Dutch
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