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    Wise Sayings


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    Beggars can never be bankrupts.

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    Beggars can\'t be choosers.

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    Beggars fear no rebellion.

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    Beggars mounted ride their horses to death.

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    Behind every mountain lies a vale.

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    Behind the cross stands the devil.

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    Better a bird in the hand than ten in the air.

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    Better a blind horse than an empty halter.

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    Better a blush in the face than a spot in the heart.

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    Better a dog fawn on you than bite you.

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    Better a friend than money to spend.

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    Better a leg broken than the neck.

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    Better afield with the birds than hanging on lords.

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    Better be carried by an ass than thrown by a horse.

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    Better beg than steal.

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    Better belly burst than good victuals spoil.

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    Better have a dog for your friend than your enemy.

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    Better keep peace than make peace.

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    Better lose your labour than your time in idleness.

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    Better on the heath with an old cart that at sea in a new ship.

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    Better once in heaven than ten times at the gate.

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    Better one eye-witness than ten hearsay witnesses.

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    Better poor on land that rich at sea.

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    Better poor with honour than rich with shame.

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    Better reap two day too soon than one too late.

    Source: Dutch
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