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    Wise Sayings


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    Often shooting hits the mark.

    Source: German
    Old birds are hard to pluck.

    Source: German
    Old churches have dark windows.

    Source: German
    Old crows are hard to catch.

    Source: German
    Old love does not rust.

    Source: German
    Old oxen tread hard.

    Source: German
    Old people see best in the distance.

    Source: German
    Old pigs have hard snouts.

    Source: German
    Old pottage is sooner heated than new made.

    Source: German
    Old trees are not to be bent.

    Source: German
    Old wounds easily bleed.

    Source: German
    On poor people's beards the young barber learns his trade.

    Source: German
    On Saint Thomas the Divine kill all turkeys, geese and swine.

    Source: German
    Once is people's mouths, 'tis hard to get well out of them.

    Source: German
    Once upon a time, no time.

    Source: German
    One "take this" is better than ten "God help you!"

    Source: German
    One ass nicknames another "Long-ears."

    Source: German
    One bad apple spoils the bunch.

    Source: German
    One bad eye spoils the other.

    Source: German
    One bee is as good as a handful of flies.

    Source: German
    One bird in the dish is better than a hundred in the air.

    Source: German
    One can speak and seven can sing.

    Source: German
    One cannot keep peace longer than his neighbour will let him.

    Source: German
    One cannot love and be wise.

    Source: German
    One cannot wash a blackamoor white.

    Source: German
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