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    Wise Sayings


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    He who has a glass roof must not throw stones at others.

    Source: German
    He who has good neighbours, gets a good morning.

    Source: German
    He who has left a rogue behind him, has made a good day's journey.

    Source: German
    He who has not tasted bitter, knows not what sweet is.

    Source: German
    He who has once burnt his mouth always blows his soup.

    Source: German
    He who has once invited the devil into his house, will never be rid of him.

    Source: German
    He who has one foot in a brothel, has the other in a hospital.

    Source: German
    He who has the fortune brings home the bride.

    Source: German
    He who has the Pope for his cousin may soon be a Cardinal.

    Source: German
    He who has three enemies must agree with two.

    Source: German
    He who has to do with foxes must look after his hen-roost.

    Source: German
    He who has victory, has right.

    Source: German
    He who hath ears to hear, let him hear.

    Source: German
    He who heeds not the lost shoe-nail, will soon lose the horse.

    Source: German
    He who holds the ladder is as bad as the thief.

    Source: German
    He who inherits a farthing, is expected to disburse a dollar.

    Source: German
    He who is absent is always in the wrong.

    Source: German
    He who is afraid of doing too much, always does too little.

    Source: German
    He who is always drinking and stuffing, will in time become a ragamuffin.

    Source: German
    He who is born to misfortunate stumbles as he goes, and though he fall on his back will fracture his nose.

    Source: German
    He who is feared by many, fears many.

    Source: German
    He who is his own teacher, has a fool for his pupil.

    Source: German
    He who is judge between two friends, loses one of them.

    Source: German
    He who is not for me, is against me.

    Source: German
    He who is of on use to himself, is of no use to any one else.

    Source: German
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