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    Wise Sayings


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    Fortune and women are partial to fools.

    Source: German
    Fortune give many too much, but no one enough.

    Source: German
    Fortune gives her hand to a bold man.

    Source: German
    Fortune is like women: loves youth and is fickle.

    Source: German
    Free man, free goods.

    Source: German
    Full vessels give the least sound.

    Source: German
    Funeral sermon, lying sermon.

    Source: German
    Gifts are according to the giver.

    Source: German
    Give unto the king what is the king's, and unto God what is God's.

    Source: German
    Give up the smallest part of a secret, and the rest is no longer in your power.

    Source: German
    Go to the law for a sheep and lose your cow.

    Source: German
    God cures the sick, and the doctor gets the money.

    Source: German
    God gives the nuts but he does not crack them.

    Source: German
    God gives, but man must open his hand.
    Source: German
    God is everywhere, except where he has a delegate.
    Source: German
    God's friends, the priest's foe.
    Source: German
    Gold goes in at any gate.
    Source: German
    Gold lies deep in the mountain, dirt on the highway.

    Source: German
    Gold may be bought too dear.
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    Gone is gone; no Jew will lend upon it.
    Source: German
    Good counsel comes over night
    Source: German
    Good counsel never comes too late.
    Source: German
    Good faith is a seldom guest, when you have him, hold him fast.

    Source: German
    Good faith stole the cow.
    Source: German
    Good luck, with good looking after!
    Source: German
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