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    Wise Sayings


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    He who takes a wife takes a master.

    Source: French
    He who threatens is afraid.

    Source: French
    He who torments others does not sleep well.

    Source: French
    He who trusts a woman and leads an ass will never be free from plague.

    Source: French
    He who turns aside avoids danger.

    Source: French
    He who waits for a dead man's shoes is in danger of going barefoot.

    Source: French
    He who waits for another man's trencher often dines in imagination (or with Duke Humphrey).

    Source: French
    He who wants to be rich in a year is hanged at six months' end.

    Source: French
    He who wants to travel far takes care of his beast.

    Source: French
    He who wishes to live at Rome must not quarrel with the pope.

    Source: French
    He who wishes to make a golden door drives a nail into it every day.

    Source: French
    He will not lose his oats for want of braying.

    Source: French
    He will not lost the parings of his nails.

    Source: French
    He'll laugh well that laughs longest.

    Source: French
    He'll swear through an inch board.

    Source: French
    He's a fool that's fond.

    Source: French
    He, who kennels with wolves, must howl.

    Source: French
    He, who more than he is worth doth spend, E'en makes a rope, his life to end.

    Source: French
    Help thyself and heaven will help thee.

    Source: French
    Help you to salt, help you to sorrow.

    Source: French
    His horse's head is too big, it cannot get out of the stable.

    Source: French
    His like Jean de Nivelle's dog, that runs away when he is called.

    Source: French
    Honest poverty is thinly sown.

    Source: French
    Honey is not for asses.

    Source: French
    Honour blossoms on the grave.

    Source: French
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