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    Wise Sayings


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    Enough is better than a sackful.

    Source: German
    Entreat him in jackass fashion; if he won't carry the sack, give him a whack.

    Source: German
    Envy eats nothing but its own heart.

    Source: German
    Envy envies itself.

    Source: German
    Erring is not cheating.

    Source: German
    Even a hair casts its shadow.

    Source: German
    Even the best hack stumbles once.

    Source: German
    Even the lion must defend himself against the flies.

    Source: German
    Ever one hair, only one, and the man is bald at last.

    Source: German
    Every beginning is hard, said the thief, when he began by stealing an anvil.

    Source: German
    Every clown can find fault, though it would puzzle him to do better.

    Source: German
    Every cock crows best on his own dunghill.

    Source: German
    Every fool is different.

    Source: German
    Every hare may pluck the dead lion's mane.

    Source: German
    Every herring must hang by its own gill.

    Source: German
    Every labourer is worthy of his hire.

    Source: German
    Every light is not the sun.

    Source: German
    Every man for himself, and God for us all.

    Source: German
    Every man is dearest to himself.

    Source: German
    Every man is the best interpreter of his own words.

    Source: German
    Every man rides his own hobby.

    Source: German
    Every mother's child is handsome.

    Source: German
    Every one basteth the fat hog, while the lean one burneth.

    Source: German
    Every one counts for as much as he has.

    Source: German
    Every one has his master.

    Source: German
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