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    Wise Sayings


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    Who eats capon, capon comes to him.

    Source: French
    Who goes and returns makes a journey.

    Source: French
    Who has not, cannot.

    Source: French
    Who hears but one bell hears but one sound.

    Source: French
    Who hears music feels his solitude.

    Source: French
    Who is born of a cat will run after mice. (An illusion to one of Aesop's fables.)

    Source: French
    Who knows nothing doubts nothing.

    Source: French
    Who lends to a friend loses doubly.

    Source: French
    Who lives on the score has shame evermore.

    Source: French
    Who lives will see.

    Source: French
    Who looks not before finds himself behind.

    Source: French
    Who loves well is slow to forget.

    Source: French
    Who often changes, damages.

    Source: French
    Who pays soon borrows when he will.

    Source: French
    Who proves too much proves nothing.

    Source: French
    Who punishes one threatens a hundred.

    Source: French
    Who refuses, muses.

    Source: French
    Who rises late must trot all day.

    Source: French
    Who serves the mass is thanked by none, but cursed if aught left undone.

    Source: French
    Who serves well asks enough.

    Source: French
    Who sows reaps.

    Source: French
    Who sows thorns let him not walk bare-foot.

    Source: French
    Who speaks, sows; who listens, reaps.

    Source: French
    Who spits against heaven, it falls on his head.

    Source: French
    Who spits against the wind spits in his own face.

    Source: French
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