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    Wise Sayings


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    Cowards have no luck.

    Source: German
    Cowards may die many times before their death.

    Source: German
    Crazy wheels run longest.

    Source: German
    Credit is better than ready money.

    Source: German
    Crooked wood burns quite as well as straight.

    Source: German
    Cunning surpasses strength.

    Source: German
    Daughters are easy to rear, but hard to marry.

    Source: German
    Dear physic always does good, if not to the patient, at least to the apothecary.

    Source: German
    Debtors are liars.

    Source: German
    Deferred is not annulled.

    Source: German
    Devils must be driven out with devils.

    Source: German
    Disputing and borrowing cause grief and sorrowing.

    Source: German
    Dissemblers oftener deceive themselves than others.

    Source: German
    Do not despise an insignificant enemy, nor a slight wound.

    Source: German
    Do not divide the spoil till the victory is won.

    Source: German
    Do not ship all in one bottom.

    Source: German
    Do what thou doest. (Age quod agis.)

    Source: German
    Doctor Luther's shoes do not fit every parish priest.

    Source: German
    Dogs that bark much don't bite.

    Source: German
    Doing nothing is doing ill.

    Source: German
    Doing nothing teaches doing ill.

    Source: German
    Don't budge, if you sit at ease.

    Source: German
    Don't carry your head too high, the door is low.

    Source: German
    Don't cast your pearls before swine.

    Source: German
    Don't change horses in mid stream.

    Source: German
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