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    Wise Sayings


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    Words are but sands; 'tis money buys lands.

    Source: French
    Words are the leaves of the tree of language, of which, if some fall away, a new succession takes their place.

    Source: French
    Write injuries in dust, But kindnesses in marble. [Fr., Eerivez les injures sue le sable, Mais les bienfaits sur le marbre.]

    Source: French
    Write injuries in the sand, kindnesses in marble.

    Source: French
    You cannot get oil out of a wall.

    Source: French
    You cannot make a hawk of a buzzard.

    Source: French
    You cannot make an ass drink if he is not thirsty.

    Source: French
    You cannot make an omelet without breaking eggs.

    Source: French
    You cannot make bricks without straw.

    Source: French
    You may as well give a good beating as a bad one.

    Source: French
    You may know the lion by his claw.

    Source: French
    You must not throw stones into your neighbor's garden.

    Source: French
    You often meet your fate on the road you take to avoid it.

    Source: French
    You pays your money and you takes your choice.

    Source: French
    You play with edged tools.

    Source: French
    Young people tell what they are doing, old people what they have done, and fools what they wish to do.

    Source: French
    Youth lives on hope, old age on remembrance.

    Source: French
    Youth may stray afar yet return at last.

    Source: French
    Youth must be served.

    Source: French
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