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    Wise Sayings


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    No man is an island, but some of us are long peninsulas.

    Source: French
    No man understands knavery better than the abbot who has been a monk.

    Source: French
    No one is expected to achieve the impossible.

    Source: French
    No one is so generous as he who has nothing to give.

    Source: French
    No one is so liberal as he who has nothing to give.

    Source: French
    No one will get a bargain he does not ask for.

    Source: French
    No one with a good catch of fish goes home by the back alley.

    Source: French
    No purchase like a gift.

    Source: French
    No sauce like appetite.

    Source: French
    No wind can do him good who steers for no port.

    Source: French
    Nobility imposes obligations.

    Source: French
    Nobility is nothing but ancient riches, and money is the world's idol.

    Source: French
    None so busy as those who do nothing.

    Source: French
    Not every dog that barks bites.

    Source: French
    Not every one that dances is glad.

    Source: French
    Not every sort of wood is fit to make an arrow.

    Source: French
    Nothing grows old sooner than a kindness.

    Source: French
    Nothing happens for nothing.

    Source: French
    Nothing is done while something remains undone.

    Source: French
    Nothing is easy to the unwilling.

    Source: French
    Nothing is had for nothing.

    Source: French
    Nothing is impossible to a willing mind.

    Source: French
    Nothing is more contagious than a bad example.

    Source: French
    Nothing is more easily blotted out than a good turn.

    Source: French
    Nothing is more like an honest man than a rogue.

    Source: French
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