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    Wise Sayings


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    Who has many servants has many thieves.

    Source: Dutch
    Who has no thirst has no business at the foundation.

    Source: Dutch
    Who has plenty of pepper may pepper his beans.

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    Who is righteous overmuch is a morsel for the Old One.

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    Who knows the tongues is at home everywhere.

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    Who reckons without his host must reckon again.

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    Who runs is followed.

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    Who serves the public serves a fickle master.

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    Who spits against the wind, fouls his beard.

    Source: Dutch
    Who to-day was a haughty knight, is to-morrow a pennyless wight.

    Source: Dutch
    Who travels for love finds a thousand miles not longer than one.

    Source: Dutch
    Who undertakes many things at once seldom does anything well.

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    Who undertakes too much, succeeds but little.

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    Who ventures to lend, loses money and friend.

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    Who wants fire, let him look for it in the ashes.

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    Who wants to beat a dog, soon finds a stick.

    Source: Dutch
    Who watches not catches not.

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    Who weds a sot to get his cot, will lose the cot and keep the sot.

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    Who would regard all things complacently must wick at a great many.

    Source: Dutch
    Whoso hunteth with cats will catch nothing but rats.

    Source: Dutch
    Whoso is tired of happy days, let him take a wife.

    Source: Dutch
    Wisdom in the man, patience in the wife, brings peace to the house, and a happy life.

    Source: Dutch
    Wisdom is a good purchase, though we pay dear for it.

    Source: Dutch
    Wise men sue for offices, and blockheads get them.

    Source: Dutch
    Wise rats run from a falling house.

    Source: Dutch
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