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    Wise Sayings


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    When the friar's beaten, then comes James.

    Source: French
    When the furze is in bloom, my love's in tune.

    Source: French
    When the tree is down everybody runs to the branches.

    Source: French
    When the words are said, the holy water is made.

    Source: French
    When there is no wind every man is a pilot.

    Source: French
    When thieves fall out the thefts are discovered.

    Source: French
    When we cannot get what we love, we must love what is within our reach.

    Source: French
    When you are well off keep as you are.

    Source: French
    Where misfortune befals injuries follow.

    Source: French
    Where the goat is tied she must browse.

    Source: French
    Where the hedge is lowest men jump over.

    Source: French
    Where the hostess is handsome the wine is good.

    Source: French
    Where the thread is weakest it breaks.

    Source: French
    Where the wasp has passed the fly sticks fast.

    Source: French
    Where there is no sore there needs no plaister.

    Source: French
    Where there is nothing the king loses his rights.

    Source: French
    Whilst the dogs are growling at each other the wolf devours the sheep.

    Source: French
    White meal is not got out of a coal-sack.

    Source: French
    Who answers for another pays.

    Source: French
    Who blows his nose too hard makes it bleed.

    Source: French
    Who cannot work out his salvation by heart will not do it by book.

    Source: French
    Who could live without hope?

    Source: French
    Who does not venture gets neither horse nor mule, and who ventures too much lose horse and mule.

    Source: French
    Who doubts errs not.

    Source: French
    Who draws his sword against his prince must throw away his scabbard.

    Source: French
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