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    Wise Sayings


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    A hungry clown is half mad.

    Source: French
    A hungry dog is not afraid of a cudgelling.

    Source: French
    A hungry dog will eat dirty pudding.
    Source: French
    A hungry horse maketh a clean manger.

    Source: French
    A jackfish does more than a letter of recommendation.

    Source: French
    A kick from a mare never hurt a horse.

    Source: French
    A lame man won't walk with one who is lamer.

    Source: French
    A landmark is very well placed between the fields of two brothers.

    Source: French
    A litigious man, a liar.

    Source: French
    A little dinner, long expected and cold, is by no means given, but dearly sold.

    Source: French
    A little gall spoils a great deal of honey.

    Source: French
    A little help does a great deal.

    Source: French
    A little leaven leavens a great mass.

    Source: French
    A little man fells a great oak.

    Source: French
    A little man sometimes casts a long shadow.

    Source: French
    A little pack serves a little pedlar.

    Source: French
    A little rain stills a great wind.

    Source: French
    A little sheep always seems young.

    Source: French
    A little spark shines in the dark.

    Source: French
    A little thing often helps.

    Source: French
    A lord of straw devours a vassal of steel.

    Source: French
    A mad dog cannot live long.

    Source: French
    A man assailed is half overcome.

    Source: French
    A man at five may be a fool at fifteen.

    Source: French
    A man at sixteen will prove a child at sixty.

    Source: French
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