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    Wise Sayings


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    The beaten pay the fine.

    Source: French
    The belly overrules the head.

    Source: French
    The belly robs the back.

    Source: French
    The benefice must be taken with its liabilities.

    Source: French
    The best company must part, as King Dagobert said to his hounds.

    Source: French
    The best driver will sometimes upset.

    Source: French
    The best thing about a man is his dog.

    Source: French
    The best wine has its lees.

    Source: French
    The best you get is an even break.

    Source: French
    The best-laid schemes of mice and men gang aft agley.

    Source: French
    The big fish eat the little ones.

    Source: French
    The bird ought not to soil its own nest.

    Source: French
    The biter is often bit.

    Source: French
    The blade wears out the sheath.

    Source: French
    The bleating of the lamb merely arouses the tiger.

    Source: French
    The bud becomes a rose and the rose a hip.

    Source: French
    The busiest men have the most leisure.

    Source: French
    The candle that goes before, is better than that which comes after.

    Source: French
    The cask always smells of the herring.

    Source: French
    The churl knows not the worth of spurs.

    Source: French
    The coalheaver is master at home.

    Source: French
    The cobbler always wears the worst shoes.

    Source: French
    The corn falls out of a shaken sheaf.

    Source: French
    The days follow each other and are not alike.

    Source: French
    The dead are soon forgotten.

    Source: French
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