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    Wise Sayings


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    Never look for a worm in the apple of your eye.

    Source: French
    Never put your finger between the tree and the bark.

    Source: French
    Never say, Fountain, I will not drink of thy water.

    Source: French
    Never sell the bearskin till you have killed the bear.

    Source: French
    Never send a boy to do a man's job.

    Source: French
    Never share a foxhole with anyone braver than you are.

    Source: French
    New lords, new laws.

    Source: French
    Night has no friend.

    Source: French
    Night is the mother of councils.

    Source: French
    Nine tailors make a man.

    Source: French
    Nip sin in the bud.

    Source: French
    Nip the briar in the bud.

    Source: French
    No day so long but has its evening.

    Source: French
    No dish pleases all palates alike.

    Source: French
    No feast like a miser's.

    Source: French
    No fine clothes can hide the clown.

    Source: French
    No fire without smoke.

    Source: French
    No fishing like fishing in the sea.

    Source: French
    No jesting with edged tools.

    Source: French
    No living man all things can.

    Source: French
    No lock avails against a hatchet.

    Source: French
    No lock will hold against the power of gold.

    Source: French
    No longer pipe, no longer dance.

    Source: French
    No man is a hero in the eyes of his valet.

    Source: French
    No man is a prophet in his own country.

    Source: French
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