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    Wise Sayings


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    An old fox doesn't go twice into the trap.

    Source: Dutch
    An old mule with a golden bridle.

    Source: Dutch
    An old rat easily finds a hole.

    Source: Dutch
    An old rat won't go into the trap.

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    An old wolf is used to be shouted at.

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    An ounce of practice is worth a pound of precept.

    Source: Dutch
    An ox and an ass don't yoke well to the same plough.

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    Anger is a short madness.

    Source: Dutch
    Arms, women, and books should be looked at daily.

    Source: Dutch
    As ass does not hit himself twice against the same stone.

    Source: Dutch
    As you began the dance you may pay the piper.

    Source: Dutch
    As you brew so shall you bake.

    Source: Dutch
    As you brew, so you shall bake.

    Source: Dutch
    Asses carry the oats and horses eat them.

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    "Bad company," said the thief, as he went to the gallows between the hangman and a monk.

    Source: Dutch
    Bad egg, bad chick.

    Source: Dutch
    Bashfulness is of no use to the needy.

    Source: Dutch
    Bear patiently that which thou sufferest by thine own fault.

    Source: Dutch
    Beauty is but dross it honesty be lost.

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    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.

    Source: Dutch
    Beauty is only skin deep.

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    Beauty is potent, but money is omnipotent.

    Source: Dutch
    Before you make a friend eat a peck of salt with him.

    Source: Dutch
    Before you mount, look to the girth.

    Source: Dutch
    Beggars breed and rich men feed.

    Source: Dutch
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