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    Wise Sayings


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    A single penny fairly got, is worth a thousand that are not.

    Source: German
    A single stroke don't fell the oak.

    Source: German
    A small gift is better than a great promise.
    Source: German
    A sparrow in the hand is better than a pigeon on the roof.
    Source: German
    A teacher is better than two books.

    Source: German
    A tear bedews my Delia's eye, From morn till dewy eve; But if you ask the reason why, She can't tell, I believe
    Source: German
    A thief seldom grows rich by thieving.
    Source: German
    A thing is not bad if well understood.
    Source: German
    A used plough shines, standing water stinks.

    Source: German
    A wall between increases love.

    Source: German
    A wise man, a strong man.

    Source: German
    A woman keeps secret only what she does not know.

    Source: German
    A woman strong in flounces is weak in the head.

    Source: German
    A woman's vengeance knows no bounds.

    Source: German
    A woman's work is never done.

    Source: German
    A woman, a dog, and a walnut tree, the more you beat them the better they be.

    Source: German
    A young doctor means a new graveyard.

    Source: German
    A young wife is an old man's post-horse to the grave.

    Source: German
    Abroad one has a hundred eyes, at home not one.

    Source: German
    Abroad to see wonders the traveller goes, And neglects the fine things which lie under his nose.

    Source: German
    Abundance begets indifference.

    Source: German
    Adam must have an Eve, to blame for his own faults.

    Source: German
    Advice is not compulsion.

    Source: German
    Advice should precede the act.

    Source: German
    Advising is easier than helping.

    Source: German
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