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    Wise Sayings


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    Many children, and little bread, is a painful pleasure.

    Source: German
    Many cooks spoil the broth.

    Source: German
    Many go out for wool, and come home shorn.

    Source: German
    Many hands make quick work.

    Source: German
    Many have good intentions, but something comes across them.

    Source: German
    Many look with one eye at what they give, but with seven at what they receive.

    Source: German
    Many see more with one eye that others with two.

    Source: German
    Many shun the brook, and fall into the river.

    Source: German
    Many shun the sword, and come to the gallows.

    Source: German
    Many small make a great.

    Source: German
    Many take by the bushel, and give with the spoon.

    Source: German
    Many trades, begging the best.

    Source: German
    Many who build castles in the air cannot build a hut on earth.

    Source: German
    Marriage is heaven and hell.

    Source: German
    Marrying in the blood is never good.

    Source: German
    Marrying is easy, but housekeeping is hard.

    Source: German
    Merchant to-day, beggar to-morrow.

    Source: German
    Millers and bakers do not steal, people bring to them.

    Source: German
    Millers, tailors, and weavers are not hanged, or the trade would soon be extinct.

    Source: German
    Mind over matter.

    Source: German
    Mind your own business.

    Source: German
    Misfortune, wood, and hair, grow throughout the year.

    Source: German
    Misreckoning is no payment.

    Source: German
    Money in the purse dispels melancholy.

    Source: German
    Money taken, freedom forsaken.

    Source: German
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