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    Wise Sayings


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    "If you have no money, turn placeman!" as the court fool said to his sovereign.

    Source: German
    If you want fire, look for it in the ashes.

    Source: German
    If you want peace, you must prepare for war.

    Source: German
    If you would have the lamp burn, you must pour oil into it.

    Source: German
    If you've money, take a seat; it you've none, take to your feet.

    Source: German
    Ill got, ill spent.

    Source: German
    Ill gotten goods never thrive.

    Source: German
    Ill gotten goods seldom prosper.

    Source: German
    Ill-gotten goods seldom prosper.

    Source: German
    In a calm sea, every man is a pilot.

    Source: German
    In Blindman's land your one-eyed man's a god.

    Source: German
    In old houses many mice, in old furs many lice.

    Source: German
    In the evening one may praise the day.

    Source: German
    In the looking-glass we see our form, in wine the heart.

    Source: German
    In time of war the devil makes more room in hell.

    Source: German
    Industry is the parent of fortune.

    Source: German
    Ingratitude is the world's reward.

    Source: German
    Ingratitude sickens benevolence.

    Source: German
    Instead of complaining that the rosebush is full of thorns, be happy that the thorn bush has roses.

    Source: German
    Intemperance is the doctor's wet-nurse.

    Source: German
    Invalids live longest.

    Source: German
    It is a bad hen that lays in neighbour's houses.

    Source: German
    It is a bad horse that does not earn his fodder.

    Source: German
    It is a poor fox that has but one hole.

    Source: German
    It is bad baking without flour and water.

    Source: German
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