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    Wise Sayings


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    Every one is emperor on his own ground.

    Source: German
    Every one is glad to see a knave caught in his own trap.

    Source: German
    Every one is wise after the event.

    Source: German
    Every one must pay his debt to nature.

    Source: German
    Every one thinks his own a falcon.

    Source: German
    Every one thinks that all the bells echo his own thoughts.

    Source: German
    Every priestling conceals a popeling.

    Source: German
    Every woman would rather be handsome than good.

    Source: German
    Everybody is the architect oh is own fortune.

    Source: German
    Everybody knows best where his own shoe pinches.

    Source: German
    Everybody knows good counsel except him who has need of it.

    Source: German
    Everybody must wear out one pair of fool's shoes, if he wear no more.

    Source: German
    Everybody thinks his own cuckoo sings better than another's nightingale.

    Source: German
    Everybody's busy is nobody's business.

    Source: German
    Everybody's companion is nobody's friend.

    Source: German
    Everybody's friend, everybody's fool.

    Source: German
    Except for the night, we could never know the stars.

    Source: German
    Fair flowers to not remain long by the wayside.

    Source: German
    Fair hair may hae foul roots.

    Source: German
    Fair words don't fill the pocket.

    Source: German
    Fancy requires much, necessity but little.

    Source: German
    Fat hens lay few eggs.

    Source: German
    Fir and water are good servants, but bad masters.

    Source: German
    Fire and faggot are but sad reformers.

    Source: German
    Fire in the heart sends smoke into the head.

    Source: German
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