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    Wise Sayings


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    Happy the child whose father goes to the devil.

    Source: French
    Hares are not caught by the sound of the drum.

    Source: French
    Hasten leisurely.

    Source: French
    Hatred watches while friendship sleeps.

    Source: French
    He asks advice in vain who will not follow it.

    Source: French
    He beat the bushes and another caught the birds.

    Source: French
    He cannot be a friend to any one who is his own enemy.

    Source: French
    He carries fire and water.

    Source: French
    He carries fire in one hand, water in the other.

    Source: French
    He does a good day's work who rids himself of a fool.

    Source: French
    He does not guard himself well who is not always on his guard.

    Source: French
    He expects that larks will fall ready roasted into his mouth.

    Source: French
    He falls on his back and breaks his nose.

    Source: French
    He fishes on who catches one.

    Source: French
    He flays enough who holds the foot.

    Source: French
    He forgot nothing except to say farewell.

    Source: French
    He gains enough who loses sorrow.

    Source: French
    He goes safely who has nothing.

    Source: French
    He had need rise early who would please everybody.

    Source: French
    He has a good pledge of the cat who has her skin.

    Source: French
    He has eaten his corn in the blade.

    Source: French
    He has enough to do who holds the handle of a frying-pan.

    Source: French
    He has enough who is content.

    Source: French
    He has great need of a fool who makes himself one.

    Source: French
    He has not done who is beginning.

    Source: French
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