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    Wise Sayings


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    Let not thy right hand know what thy left hand doeth.

    Source: German
    Let people take and dogs bark.

    Source: German
    Let the dead rest.

    Source: German
    Let the devil get into the church, and he will mount the altar.

    Source: German
    Let the guest go before the storm bursts.

    Source: German
    Let your head be more than a funnel to your stomach.

    Source: German
    Let your purse be your master.

    Source: German
    Let your trouble tarry till its own day comes.

    Source: German
    Lies melt the snow.

    Source: German
    Light burdens carried far become heavy.

    Source: German
    Light come, light go.

    Source: German
    Light is light, though the blind man see it not.

    Source: German
    Like blood, like means, and like age, make the happiest marriage.

    Source: German
    "Like will to like," as the devil said to the coal-burner.

    Source: German
    Little and often makes a heap in time.

    Source: German
    Little enemies and little wounds are not to be despised.

    Source: German
    Little fishes make the pike big.

    Source: German
    Little folks are fond of talking about what great folks do.

    Source: German
    Locks and keys are not made for honest fingers.

    Source: German
    Long borrowed is not given.

    Source: German
    Long choosing and cheapening ends in buying nothing, or bad wares.

    Source: German
    Long fasting is no economy of food.

    Source: German
    Long foretold, long last; short notice, soon past.

    Source: German
    Long is not for ever.

    Source: German
    Long-talked-of (or looked-for) comes at last.

    Source: German
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