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    Wise Sayings


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    Necessity teaches even the lame to dance.

    Source: German
    Necessity unites hearts.

    Source: German
    Neck or nothing.

    Source: German
    Neighbour once over the hedge, neighbour over it again.

    Source: German
    Neutrals are soused from above, and singed from below.

    Source: German
    Neutrals tread on eggs and break none.

    Source: German
    Never fell oak at the very first stroke.

    Source: German
    Never fight an enemy whilst it is possible to cheat him.

    Source: German
    Never give the skin when you can pay with the wool.

    Source: German
    Never grieve over spilt milk.

    Source: German
    Never murder a man who is about to commit suicide.

    Source: German
    Never trust to another what you should do yourself.

    Source: German
    New churches and new taverns are seldom empty.

    Source: German
    New come, welcome.

    Source: German
    New doctor, new churchyard.

    Source: German
    New laws, new roguery.

    Source: German
    New songs are eagerly sung.

    Source: German
    No ape but swears he has the handsomest children.

    Source: German
    No armour is proof against the gallows.

    Source: German
    No house without a mouse, no barn without corn, no rose without a thorn.

    Source: German
    No jealousy, no love.

    Source: German
    No man can do nothing and no man can do everything.

    Source: German
    No man can like all, or be liked by all.

    Source: German
    No man's master, no master's man.

    Source: German
    No one betrays himself by silence.

    Source: German
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