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    Wise Sayings


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    One catches more flies with a spoonful of honey than with twenty casks of vinegar.

    Source: French
    One day is as good as two for him who does everything in its place.

    Source: French
    One deceit brings on another.

    Source: French
    One does not always hit what one aims at.

    Source: French
    One flower will not make a garland.

    Source: French
    One fool always finds a greater fool to admire him.

    Source: French
    One foot is better then two stilts.

    Source: French
    One for sorrow; two for mirth; three for a wedding; four for a birth.

    Source: French
    One for the mouse, one for the crow, one to rot, one to grow.

    Source: French
    One grows used to love and to fire.

    Source: French
    One half the world knows not how the other half lives.

    Source: French
    One half the world laughs at the other.

    Source: French
    One has always strength enough to bear the misfortunes of one's friends.

    Source: French
    One is never so rich as when one removes (from one house to another).

    Source: French
    One is never soiled but by filth.

    Source: French
    One knows not for whom he gathers.

    Source: French
    One learns by failing.

    Source: French
    One man, no man.

    Source: French
    One may as well be well beaten as badly beaten.

    Source: French
    One may better steal a horse than another look over the hedge.

    Source: French
    One may go a long way after one is tired.

    Source: French
    One may steal nothing save a lawyer's purse.

    Source: French
    One may tire of eating tarts.

    Source: French
    One meets his destiny often in the road he takes to avoid it.

    Source: French
    One might as well be hanged for a sheep as a lamb.

    Source: French
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