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    Wise Sayings


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    A lawyer and a wagon-wheel must be well greased.

    Source: German
    A lean agreement is better than a fat lawsuit.

    Source: German
    A light belly, heavy heart.
    Source: German
    A load of March dust is worth a ducat.

    Source: German
    A loaded wagon creaks; an empty one rattles.
    Source: German
    A lovelorn cook oversalts the porridge.

    Source: German
    A man has learned much who has learned how to die.
    Source: German
    A man has two ears and one mouth that he hear much and speak little.

    Source: German
    A man shows his character by what he laughs at.

    Source: German
    A man surprised is half beaten.
    Source: German
    A man warned is half saved.
    Source: German
    A man's face is a lion's.
    Source: German
    A man, a word; a word, a man.

    Source: German
    A millstone gathers no moss.
    Source: German
    A mistake is no fraud.
    Source: German
    A monk in his cloister, a fish in the water, a thief in the gallows.

    Source: German
    A nail secures the horse-shoe, the shoe the horse, the horse the man, the man the castle, and the castle the whole land.
    Source: German
    A necessary lie is harmless.

    Source: German
    A pack of cards is the devil's prayer-book.

    Source: German
    A penny saved is two-pence got.

    Source: German
    A poor person isn't he who has little, but he who needs a lot.

    Source: German
    A promise is a debt.

    Source: German
    A prophet is not without honor save in his own country.

    Source: German
    A proverb never lies, it is only its meaning which deceives.

    Source: German
    A sack full of fleas is easier to watch than a woman.

    Source: German
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