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    Wise Sayings


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    Not every ass has long ears.

    Source: German
    Not every ball hits.

    Source: German
    Not every land has all at hand.

    Source: German
    Not every one may pluck roses.

    Source: German
    Not to be ashamed of sin is to sin double.

    Source: German
    Not too little, not too much.

    Source: German
    Nothing bolder than the miller's shirt, that every morning collars a thief.

    Source: German
    Nothing dries sooner than tears.

    Source: German
    Nothing is so new as what has long been forgotten.

    Source: German
    Nothing looks more like a man of sense than a fool who holds his tongue.

    Source: German
    Nothing should be done in a hurry except catching fleas.

    Source: German
    Nothing so bad as not to be good for something.

    Source: German
    Nothing weighs lighter than a promise.

    Source: German
    Nought is good for the eyes, but not for the stomach.

    Source: German
    Nought is never in danger.

    Source: German
    Nought needs no hiding-place.

    Source: German
    Nurenberg wit and a skilful hand, will find their way through every land.

    Source: German
    "O what we must suffer for the sake of God's church!" said the abbot, when the roast fowl burned his fingers.

    Source: German
    Of big words and feathers may go to the pound.

    Source: German
    Of war all can tattle, away from the battle.

    Source: German
    Of what use is it that the cow gives plenty of milk, if she upset the pail.

    Source: German
    Of words and feathers, it takes many to make a pound.

    Source: German
    Offend one monk, and the lappets of all cowls will flutter as far as Rome.

    Source: German
    Offenders never pardon.

    Source: German
    Office without pay makes thieves.

    Source: German
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