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    Wise Sayings


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    It is better to be the hammer than the anvil.

    Source: French
    It is better to bend than break.

    Source: French
    It is better to have to do with God than with his saints.

    Source: French
    It is better to leave the child's nose dirty than wring it off.

    Source: French
    It is easier to abstain than to restrain.

    Source: French
    It is easier to get away from the back than the bottom.

    Source: French
    It is folly to gape against an oven.

    Source: French
    It is good to beat a proud man when he is alone.

    Source: French
    It is good to have friends in all parts.

    Source: French
    It is in vain for a man to rise early who has the repute of lying in bed all the morning.

    Source: French
    It is in vain to lean the ox to the water if he is not thirsty.

    Source: French
    It is just that the priest should live by the altar.

    Source: French
    It is loving too much to die of love.

    Source: French
    It is madness for a sheep to talk of peace with a wolf.

    Source: French
    It is merry in hall when beards wag all.

    Source: French
    It is not enough to have cabbage, one must have something to grease it.

    Source: French
    It is not the big oxen that do the best day's work.

    Source: French
    It is not the burden but the over-burden that kills the beast.

    Source: French
    It is not the greatest beauties that inspire the most profound passion.

    Source: French
    It is nothing at all, only a woman drowning.

    Source: French
    It is only at the tree loaded with fruit that people throw stones.

    Source: French
    It is only good bargains that ruin.

    Source: French
    It is only idle people who can find time for everything.

    Source: French
    It is only the bashful that lose.

    Source: French
    It is only the first bottle that is dear.

    Source: French
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