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    Wise Sayings


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    Better reap two days early than one day late.

    Source: Dutch
    Better return half way than lose yourself.

    Source: Dutch
    Better ride a good horse for a year, than an ass all your life.

    Source: Dutch
    Better squinting than blind.

    Source: Dutch
    Better stretch your hand than your neck.

    Source: Dutch
    Better twice remembered than once forgotten.

    Source: Dutch
    Better when birds sing than where irons ring.

    Source: Dutch
    Beware of a white Spaniard and a black Englishman.

    Source: Dutch
    Beware of an oak, it draws the stroke; avoid an ash, it counts the flash; creep under the thorn, it can save you from harm.

    Source: Dutch
    Beware of the man of two faces.

    Source: Dutch
    Biding makes thriving.

    Source: Dutch
    Big fish devour the little ones.

    Source: Dutch
    Big fish eat little fish.

    Source: Dutch
    Big fish spring out of the kettle.

    Source: Dutch
    Big fleas have little fleas upon their backs to bite them, and little fleas have lesser fleas, and so ad infinitum.

    Source: Dutch
    Bird never flew so high but it had to come to the ground for food.

    Source: Dutch
    Bite me not, my name is little grizzle; had I a little tail I should be a little lion.

    Source: Dutch
    Black hens lays white eggs.

    Source: Dutch
    Black will take no other hue.

    Source: Dutch
    Blossoms are not fruits.

    Source: Dutch
    Blow first, and sip afterwards.

    Source: Dutch
    Borrowing brings care.

    Source: Dutch
    By falling we earn to go safely.

    Source: Dutch
    By falling we learn to go safely.

    Source: Dutch
    By labour fire is got out of a stone.

    Source: Dutch
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