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    Wise Sayings


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    Dreams go by contraries.

    Source: French
    Dress makes the man.

    Source: French
    Dress slowly when you are in a hurry.

    Source: French
    Dressed like a windmill.

    Source: French
    Drop by drop fills the tub.

    Source: French
    Drop by drop the lake is drained.

    Source: French
    Easy to say is hard to do.

    Source: French
    Eat bread at pleasure, drink wine by measure.

    Source: French
    Eggs are put to hatch on a chance.

    Source: French
    Elbow-grease is a great preventative of disease.

    Source: French
    Empty rooms make giddy housewives.

    Source: French
    Empty sacks will never stand upright.

    Source: French
    Envy goes beyond avarice.

    Source: French
    Every art requires the whole person.

    Source: French
    Every dog is valiant in his own kennel.

    Source: French
    Every elm has its man.

    Source: French
    Every fool likes his bauble.

    Source: French
    Every hooked beak is maintained by prey.

    Source: French
    Every man has his value.

    Source: French
    Every man to his taste.

    Source: French
    Every one bears his cross.

    Source: French
    Every one feels his own burden heavy.

    Source: French
    Every one has a fool in his sleeve.

    Source: French
    Every one his own, is but fair.

    Source: French
    Every one preaches for his own saint.

    Source: French
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