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    Wise Sayings


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    Nothing is more ridiculous or troublesome than mere ceremony.

    Source: French
    Nothing is so burdensome as a secret.

    Source: French
    Nothing is so liberally given as advice.

    Source: French
    Nothing so bold as a miller's shirt (because it takes a thief by the throat every morning).

    Source: French
    Nothing so good as forbidden fruit.

    Source: French
    Nothing stake, nothing draw.

    Source: French
    Nothing to be got without pains but poverty.

    Source: French
    Nothing venture, nothing gain.

    Source: French
    Of little cloth but a short cloak.

    Source: French
    Of two lookers on one is sure to become a player.

    Source: French
    Old friends and new reckonings.

    Source: French
    Old love and old brands kindle at all seasons.

    Source: French
    One always knocks oneself in the sore place.

    Source: French
    One always returns to one's first love.

    Source: French
    One bad general is better than two good ones.

    Source: French
    One barber shears another.

    Source: French
    One blind man leads another into the ditch.

    Source: French
    One can't hinder the wind from blowing.

    Source: French
    One can't make head or tail of it.

    Source: French
    One candle for St. Michael, and another for his devil.

    Source: French
    One cannot be and have been.

    Source: French
    One cannot be at the oven and the mill at the same time.

    Source: French
    One cannot be in two places at once.

    Source: French
    One cannot please everybody and one's father.

    Source: French
    One cannot ring the bells and walk in the procession.

    Source: French
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