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    Wise Sayings


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    Hasten at leisure.
    Source: German
    Hat in hand goes through the land.
    Source: German
    Having is haying, come whence it may.

    Source: German
    He goes about it like a cat round hot milk.
    Source: German
    He goes as willingly as a thief to the gallows.
    Source: German
    He has beans in his ears.
    Source: German
    He has given the hen for the egg.
    Source: German
    He has his finger in every pie
    Source: German
    He is a bad shot who cannot find an excuse.
    Source: German
    He is a bad smith who cannot bear smoke.

    Source: German
    He is a bad workman who cannot talk of work.

    Source: German
    He is a fool and ever shall, Who writes his name upon a wall.

    Source: German
    He is lucky who forgets what cannot be mended.
    Source: German
    He is rich enough who is contented.
    Source: German
    He laughs at scars who never felt a wound.
    Source: German
    He laughs best who laughs last.
    Source: German
    He laughs ill that laughs himself to death.
    Source: German
    He must have keen eyes that would know a maid at sight.
    Source: German
    He plays best, who wins.

    Source: German
    He sticks his nose in everything.

    Source: German
    He struck at Tib, but down fell Tim.

    Source: German
    He that always thinks it is too soon is sure to come too late.

    Source: German
    He that asketh faintly beggeth a denial.
    Source: German
    He that climbs high, falls heavily.
    Source: German
    He that finds fault wants to buy.
    Source: German
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