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    Wise Sayings


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    Good people live far asunder.
    Source: German
    Good thongs may be cut out of other people's hides.
    Source: German
    Good wine is milk for the aged.
    Source: German
    Good wine ruins the purse, and bad the stomach.

    Source: German
    Got with the fife, spent with the drum.

    Source: German
    "Great cry and little wool," said the fool, when he sheared a pig.

    Source: German
    Great fish are caught in great waters.

    Source: German
    Great men may just with saints.

    Source: German
    Great men's servants don't think little of themselves.
    Source: German
    Great men's vices are accounted sacred.
    Source: German
    Great minds think alike.
    Source: German
    Great say-masters, bad pay-masters.
    Source: German
    Great talkers are commonly liars.
    Source: German
    Great trees give more shade than fruit.
    Source: German
    Greatness alone in not enough, or the cow would outrun the hare.
    Source: German
    Greedy fowk hae long arms.
    Source: German
    Green Christmas, a white Easter.

    Source: German
    Hackney mistress, Hackney maid.
    Source: German
    "Had I known" is a poor man.
    Source: German
    Half a house is half a hell.
    Source: German
    Half a loaf is better than no bread.
    Source: German
    Handsome is the handsome does.
    Source: German
    Happy is the one who forgets that which cannot be changed.
    Source: German
    Hard against hard never was good.
    Source: German
    Hares are caught with hounds, fools with praise, and women with gold.
    Source: German
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