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    Wise Sayings


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    Every one says: My right is good.

    Source: French
    Every one should sweep before his own door.

    Source: French
    Every one takes his flogging in his own way.

    Source: French
    Every potter vaunts his own pot.

    Source: French
    Every to-morrow brings its bread.

    Source: French
    Everybody is wise after the thing has happened.

    Source: French
    Everybody must live.

    Source: French
    Everyone thinks his own burden heavy.

    Source: French
    Everything does not fall that totters.

    Source: French
    Everything goes by favour and cousinship.

    Source: French
    Everything goes to him who does not want it.

    Source: French
    Everything in time comes to him who knows how to wait.

    Source: French
    Everything may be bought except day and night.

    Source: French
    Everything passes, everything breaks, everything wearies. [Fr., Tout passe, tout casse, tout lasse.]

    Source: French
    Example is the greatest of all seducers.

    Source: French
    Fair is he that comes, but fairer he that brings.

    Source: French
    Fair things are soon snatched away.

    Source: French
    Fair without, foul within.

    Source: French
    Fair, good, rich, and wise, is a woman four stories high.

    Source: French
    Farewell baskets, the vintage is ended.

    Source: French
    Fashion is a tyrant from which there is no deliverance; all must conform to its whimsical.

    Source: French
    Fat broth cannot be made of nothing.

    Source: French
    Fat pastures make fat venison.

    Source: French
    Fear is a great inventor.

    Source: French
    Feather by feather the goose can be plucked.

    Source: French
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