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    Wise Sayings


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    To a bold man fortune holds out her hand.

    Source: French
    To a good cat a good rat.

    Source: French
    To a rogue a rogue and a half.

    Source: French
    To be willing is to be able.

    Source: French
    To believe a thing impossible is to make it so.

    Source: French
    To compare is not to prove.

    Source: French
    To do like the monkey, get the chesnuts out of the fire with the cat's paw.

    Source: French
    To do, one must be doing.

    Source: French
    To eat and drink, and sleep together, is marriage, methinks.

    Source: French
    To every bird its nest seems fair.

    Source: French
    To every lord every honour.

    Source: French
    To every saint his candle.

    Source: French
    To get the chicks one must coax the hen.

    Source: French
    To give tardily is to refuse.

    Source: French
    To go as fast as a friar that is invited to dinner.

    Source: French
    To grow rich one has only to turn his back on God.

    Source: French
    To know a man well one must have eaten a bushel of salt with him.

    Source: French
    To know all is to forgive all.

    Source: French
    To leave a place is to die a little.

    Source: French
    To love and to be wise are two different things.

    Source: French
    To love is to choose.

    Source: French
    To make a happy couple, the husband must be deaf and the wife blind.

    Source: French
    To one who has a pie in the oven you may give a bit of your cake.

    Source: French
    To rise at five, dine at nine, sup at five, go to bed at nine, makes a man live to ninety-nine.

    Source: French
    To rise at six, eat at ten, sup at six, go to bed at ten, makes a man live years ten times ten.

    Source: French
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