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    Wise Sayings


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    It is pleasant enough going afoot when you lead your horse by the bridle.

    Source: French
    It is the master-wheel that makes the mill go round.

    Source: French
    It is the old cow's notion that she never was a calf.

    Source: French
    It is the pace that kills.

    Source: French
    It is the sauce that makes the fish edible.

    Source: French
    It is the tone that makes the music.

    Source: French
    It is too late for the bird to scream when it is caught.

    Source: French
    It is well to fly low on account of the branches.

    Source: French
    It is well to leave off playing when the game is at its best.

    Source: French
    It will not do to keep holidays before they come.

    Source: French
    It won't do to trifle with fire.

    Source: French
    It would be a very big book that contained all the maybes uttered in a day.

    Source: French
    Jealousy is nourished by doubt.

    Source: French
    Jest not with the eye, or religion.

    Source: French
    John has been to school to learn to be a fool.

    Source: French
    Justifying a fault doubles it.

    Source: French
    Keep a stiff upper lip.

    Source: French
    Kindred without friends, friends without power, power without will, will without effect, effect without profit, profit without virtue, is not worth a rush.
    Source: French
    Kings have long hands.

    Source: French
    Laws have wax noses.
    Source: French
    Lawyers' houses are built of fools' heads.

    Source: French
    Lawyers\' houses are built on the heads of fools.

    Source: French
    Laziness is often mistaken for patience.

    Source: French
    Learning is there for every man.

    Source: French
    Leave the minster where it is.

    Source: French
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