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    Wise Sayings


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    A courtier should be without feeling and without honour.

    Source: French
    A covetous woman deserves a swindling gallant.

    Source: French
    A cow does not know what her tail is worth until she has lost it.

    Source: French
    A cow from afar gives plenty of milk.

    Source: French
    A coward often deals a mortal blow to the brave.

    Source: French
    A coward's fear may make a coward valiant.

    Source: French
    A crooked log makes a good fire.

    Source: French
    A crooked stick will have a crooked shadow.

    Source: French
    A dead man has neither relations nor friends.

    Source: French
    A dead mouse feels no cold.

    Source: French
    A deaf husband and a blind wife are always a happy couple.

    Source: French
    A dealer in onions is a good judge of scallions.

    Source: French
    A dog may look at a bishop.

    Source: French
    A door must either be open or shut.

    Source: French
    A drowning man clings to a blade of grass.

    Source: French
    A drowning man will catch at a straw.

    Source: French
    A father is a banker provided by nature.

    Source: French
    A fault denied is twice committed.

    Source: French
    A fault once denied, is twice committed.

    Source: French
    A favour ill placed is great waste.

    Source: French
    A fence between makes love more keen.

    Source: French
    A fine cage won't feed the bird.

    Source: French
    A fine girl and a tattered gown always find something to hook the them.

    Source: French
    A fine quotation is a diamond on the finger of a man of wit, and a pebble in the hand of a fool.

    Source: French
    A fool is always beginning.

    Source: French
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