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    Wise Sayings


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    Ready money works great cures.

    Source: French
    Really to stop criticism one must die.

    Source: French
    Reason not with the great, 'tis a perilous gate.

    Source: French
    Reasonable people can differ.

    Source: French
    Reasonings banish reason.

    Source: French
    Rebukes ought not to have a grain more of salt than of sugar.

    Source: French
    Reckless youth makes rueful age.

    Source: French
    Religious contention is the devil's harvest.

    Source: French
    Remember that everyone you meet is afraid of something, loves something, and has lost something.

    Source: French
    Repentance costs very dear.

    Source: French
    Repute hangs a man.

    Source: French
    Rich garments weep on unworthy shoulders.

    Source: French
    Riches run after the rich, and poverty runs after the poor.

    Source: French
    Riches serve a wise man, but command a fool.

    Source: French
    Rust wastes more than use.

    Source: French
    Sadness and gladness succeed each other.

    Source: French
    Saint cannot if God will not.

    Source: French
    Saving is getting.

    Source: French
    Saying well causes a laugh; doing well produces silence.

    Source: French
    Scratch people where they itch.

    Source: French
    See a pin and let it lie, you'll want a pin before you die.

    Source: French
    See a pin and pick it up, all the day you'll have good luck; see a pin and let it lie, bad luck you'll have all day.

    Source: French
    Serve as a serf or fly like a deer.

    Source: French
    Set your sail according to the wind.

    Source: French
    Set your sail to the wind.

    Source: French
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