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    He who is quick at borrowing, is slow in paying.

    Source: German
    He who lends to the poor gets his interest from God.

    Source: German
    He who lies in the grave, is well lodged.

    Source: German
    He who lies on the ground must expect to be trodden on.

    Source: German
    He who likes cherries soon learns to climb.


    Source: German
    He who lives by the church shall serve the church.
    Source: German
    He who lives in a glass house should be the last to throw stones.

    Source: German
    He who lives on hope, dies of hunger.

    Source: German
    He who looks on know more of the game than he who plays.

    Source: German
    He who makes a mouse of himself, will be eaten by the cats.

    Source: German
    He who makes friends of all keeps none.

    Source: German
    He who makes himself honey, will be eaten by the flies.

    Source: German
    He who marries does well, but who remains single does better.

    Source: German
    He who pays his debts, betters his condition.

    Source: German
    He who pays well may borrow again.

    Source: German
    He who pitches too high won't get through his song.

    Source: German
    He who plants a garden plants happiness.

    Source: German
    He who ploughs with young oxen, makes crooked furrows.

    Source: German
    He who praises himself must have bad neighbours.

    Source: German
    He who praises in praesentia, and abuses in absentia, have with him pestilentia.

    Source: German
    He who prates much, lies much.

    Source: German
    He who prizes little things, is worthy of great ones.

    Source: German
    He who saves in little things, can be liberal in great ones.

    Source: German
    He who serves small masters, is himself one of them.

    Source: German
    He who serves the people has a bad master.

    Source: German
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