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    Jack gets on by his stupidity.
    Source: German
    Jacob's voice, Esau's hands.

    Source: German
    Jealousy is a pain which eagerly seeks what causes pain.

    Source: German
    Joy and sorrow are next door neighbours.

    Source: German
    Joy and sorrow are to-day and to-morrow.

    Source: German
    Judges should have two ears, both alike.

    Source: German
    Justice has a waxen nose.

    Source: German
    Keep well with your neighbours, whether right or wrong.

    Source: German
    Keep within compass and you may be sure, That you will not suffer what others endure.

    Source: German
    Keep within compass.

    Source: German
    Kindness breaks no bones.

    Source: German
    Kindnesses, like grain, increase by sowing.

    Source: German
    Knowing hens lay even in nettles.

    Source: German
    Late fruit keeps well.

    Source: German
    Lawyers are bad Christians.

    Source: German
    Lawyers' gowns are lined with the wilfulness of their clients.

    Source: German
    Lazybones take all day to get started.

    Source: German
    Lean liberty is better than fat slavery.

    Source: German
    Learned fools are the greatest fools.

    Source: German
    Learned fools exceed all fools.

    Source: German
    Less advice and more hands.

    Source: German
    Less is more.

    Source: German
    Let every one sweep before his own door.

    Source: German
    Let every pedlar carry his own pack.

    Source: German
    Let him who is well off hold his tongue.

    Source: German
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