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    Wise Sayings


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    Money talks.

    Source: German
    Monks, mice, rats, vermin, seldom sunder without harming.

    Source: German
    Mony sma's mak a great.

    Source: German
    More afraid than hurt.

    Source: German
    More are drowned in the bowl than in the sea.

    Source: German
    More belongs to riding than a pair of boots.

    Source: German
    More is done with words than with hands.

    Source: German
    Mother's truth keeps constant youth.

    Source: German
    Mother, I must have a husband, or I shall set fire to the house.

    Source: German
    Mouth and heart are wide apart.

    Source: German
    Much money, much friends.

    Source: German
    Much taste, much waste.

    Source: German
    Much wisdom is lost in poor men's mouths.

    Source: German
    Much wit is lost in a poor man's purse.

    Source: German
    Mules make a great fuss about their ancestors having been horses.

    Source: German
    Murder will out.

    Source: German
    Must is a hard nut.

    Source: German
    My friend's enemy is often my best friend.

    Source: German
    Nature and love cannot be hid.

    Source: German
    Nature draws stronger then seven oxen.

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    Nature has given us two ears, two eyes, and but one tongue.

    Source: German
    Nature requires little, fancy much.

    Source: German
    Nature teaches us to love our friends, but religion our enemies.

    Source: German
    Necessity seeks bread where it is to be found.

    Source: German
    Necessity teaches arts.

    Source: German
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