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    Wise Sayings


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    He who holds his tongue does not commit himself.

    Source: French
    He who holds the handle of the frying-pan turns it as he pleases.

    Source: French
    He who is anxious for the death of another has a long rope to pull.

    Source: French
    He who is at sea does not direct the winds.

    Source: French
    He who is born to be hanged shall never be drowned.

    Source: French
    He who judges between two friends loses one of them.

    Source: French
    He who listens at doors hears more than he desires.

    Source: French
    He who lives long knows what pain is.

    Source: French
    He who looks not before finds himself behind.

    Source: French
    He who loses his temper is in the wrong.

    Source: French
    He who loses sins.

    Source: French
    He who marries for love has good nights and bad days.

    Source: French
    He who never budges from Paris will never be pope.

    Source: French
    He who passes a winter's day passes one of his mortal enemies.

    Source: French
    He who pays is fairly entitled to speak his mind.

    Source: French
    He who pays the piper calls the tune.

    Source: French
    He who pays well is well served.

    Source: French
    He who quits his place loses it.

    Source: French
    He who recovers but the tail of his cow does not lose all.

    Source: French
    He who rides on the giant's shoulders sees further than he who carries him.

    Source: French
    He who rides the mule shoes her.

    Source: French
    He who sees leather cut asks for a thong.

    Source: French
    He who sows thistles reaps thorns.

    Source: French
    He who sows virtue reaps fame.

    Source: French
    He who stops at every stone never gets to his journey's end.

    Source: French
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