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    Wise Sayings


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    People who have bread to eat do not appreciate the severity of a famine.

    Source: French
    Pick and choose, and take the worst.

    Source: French
    Pills must be swallowed without chewing.

    Source: French
    Pity is akin to love.

    Source: French
    Policy goes beyond strength.

    Source: French
    Popularity is the small change of glory.

    Source: French
    Possession is as good as a title.

    Source: French
    Possession is nine points of the law.

    Source: French
    Possession is nine tenths of the law.

    Source: French
    Possession is the grave of pleasure.

    Source: French
    Poverty is a sort of leprosy.

    Source: French
    Poverty is not a vice.

    Source: French
    Pray, pray very much; but beware of telling God what you want.

    Source: French
    Precious ointments are put in small boxes.

    Source: French
    Princes keep good reckoning, they never lose anything.

    Source: French
    Princes use men as the husbandman uses bees.

    Source: French
    Princes will not be served on conditions.

    Source: French
    Pulling the devil by the tail does not lead far young or old.

    Source: French
    Punctuality is the politeness of princes.

    Source: French
    Punctuality is the sole of business.

    Source: French
    Put the belfry in the middle of the village.

    Source: French
    Quarrels do not last long if the wrong is only on one side.

    Source: French
    Rage avails less than courage.

    Source: French
    Rather a single grape for me than a brace of figs for thee.

    Source: French
    Rats desert a sinking ship.

    Source: French
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