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    He that has good legs, has often bad boots.
    Source: German
    He that has lost his credit is dead to the world.
    Source: German
    He that has no head, need no hat.
    Source: German
    He that hunts others, must run himself.

    Source: German
    He that marries for love has good nights, but sorry days.

    Source: German
    He that may not as he wad, maun do as he may.
    Source: German
    He that peeps into every bush will hardly get into the wood.
    Source: German
    He that says A, must also say B.
    Source: German
    He that sits among reeds, cuts pipes when he pleases.
    Source: German
    He that wants the kernel must crack the nut.
    Source: German
    He that will not be saved needs no preacher.

    Source: German
    He that won't listen, must feel.

    Source: German
    He that would cheat a Jew, must be a Jew.
    Source: German
    He that would eat the fruit must climb the tree.
    Source: German
    He that would stop everybody's mouth needs plenty of flour.

    Source: German
    He who always thinks it is too soon, is sure to come too late.
    Source: German
    He who begins much, finishes little.

    Source: German
    He who blackens others does not whiten himself.

    Source: German
    He who blows in the fire will get sparks in his eyes.
    Source: German
    He who borrows sells his freedom.
    Source: German
    He who brings bad tidings, comes soon enough.
    Source: German
    He who brings, is welcome.
    Source: German
    He who builds by the road-side has many masters.

    Source: German
    He who builds on the public way, must let the people have their say.
    Source: German
    He who buys a house gets many a plank and nail for nothing.
    Source: German
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