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    Wise Sayings


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    All is luck or ill luck in this world.

    Source: French
    All is not lost that is delayed.

    Source: French
    All is well that ends well.

    Source: French
    All state, and nothing on the plate.

    Source: French
    All the treasures of earth cannot bring back one lost moment.

    Source: French
    All truths are not good to be uttered.

    Source: French
    Always in love, never married.

    Source: French
    Always say no, and you will never be married.

    Source: French
    Always talk big and you will never be forgotten.

    Source: French
    An apothecary ought not to be long a cuckold.

    Source: French
    An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

    Source: French
    An apple, an egg, and a nut, You may eat after a slut.

    Source: French
    An army marches on its stomach.

    Source: French
    An art requires a whole man.

    Source: French
    An ass does not stumble twice over the same stone.

    Source: French
    An easy shepherd makes the wolf void wool.

    Source: French
    An eel escapes from a good fisherman.

    Source: French
    An enemy does not sleep.

    Source: French
    An enemy may chance to give good counsel.

    Source: French
    An old ape never made a pretty grimace.

    Source: French
    An old oven is easier to heat than a new one.

    Source: French
    An old rat is a brave rat.

    Source: French
    An ounce of favour goes further, or is worth more, than a pound of justice.

    Source: French
    An ounce of luck is worth a pound of wisdom.

    Source: French
    Anger is a bad counsellor.

    Source: French
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