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    Wise Sayings


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    No one can blow and swallow at the same time.

    Source: German
    No one can complain of the sea who twice suffers shipwreck.

    Source: German
    No one can do nothing, and no one can do everything.

    Source: German
    No one can guard against treachery.

    Source: German
    No one is too old to learn.

    Source: German
    No one is wise enough to advise himself.

    Source: German
    No one knows better where the shoe pinches that he who wears it.

    Source: German
    No one likes to bell the cat.

    Source: German
    No one sees his own faults.

    Source: German
    No pains, no gains.

    Source: German
    No penny, no paternoster.

    Source: German
    No pride like that of an enriched beggar.

    Source: German
    No smoke without fire.

    Source: German
    No song, no supper.

    Source: German
    No tree falls at the first stroke.

    Source: German
    No tree so small but it can cast a shade.

    Source: German
    No use in flogging a dead horse.

    Source: German
    No villain like the conscientious villain.

    Source: German
    No viper so little but hath its venom.

    Source: German
    No woman marries an old man for God's sake.

    Source: German
    Noble and common blood is of the same color.

    Source: German
    Noble is, that noble does.

    Source: German
    Nobody is to blame for all.

    Source: German
    Nobody so wise but has a little folly to spare.

    Source: German
    Not all flowers are fit for nosegays.

    Source: German
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