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    Wise Sayings


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    He that is too secure is not safe.

    Source: French
    He that laughs on Friday may cry on Sunday.

    Source: French
    He that leaves certainty and sticks to chance, When fools pipe he may dance.

    Source: French
    He that lets his fish escape, may cast his net often yet never catch it again.

    Source: French
    He that spends more than he is worth spins a rope for his own neck.

    Source: French
    He that stays in the valley will not get over the hill.

    Source: French
    He that stumbles and falls not, mends his pace.

    Source: French
    He that takes too great a leap falls into the ditch.

    Source: French
    He that telleth his wife news is but lately married.

    Source: French
    He that that hath a head of wax must not approach the fire.

    Source: French
    He that ventures not fails not.

    Source: French
    He that walks too hastily, often stumbles in plain way.

    Source: French
    He that would eat the kernel must crack the nut.

    Source: French
    He that would go to sea for pleasure would go to hell for a pastime.

    Source: French
    He that would hang his dog, gives out first, that he is mad.

    Source: French
    He that would keep his house clean must not let priest or pigeon into it.

    Source: French
    He was born on a Sunday, he likes work ready done.

    Source: French
    He was born with a caul.

    Source: French
    He was slain that had warning, not he that took it.

    Source: French
    He wears the mourning of his washerwoman.

    Source: French
    He who begins and does not finish loses his labour.

    Source: French
    He who bestirs himself sucks up, he who lies still dries up.

    Source: French
    He who can give has many a good neighbour.

    Source: French
    He who can lick can bite.

    Source: French
    He who cannot speak well of his trade does not understand it.

    Source: French
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