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    Wise Sayings


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    One catches the hare, another eats it.

    Source: German
    One coward makes ten.

    Source: German
    One does evil enough when one does nothing good.

    Source: German
    One dog growls to see another go into the kitchen.

    Source: German
    One enemy can harm you more than a hundred friends can do you good.

    Source: German
    One foe is too many, and a hundred friends are too few.

    Source: German
    One fool may ask more questions than seven wise men can answer.

    Source: German
    One fool praises another.

    Source: German
    One hair of a woman draws more than a bell-rope.

    Source: German
    One half of the world does not know how the other half lives.

    Source: German
    One half the world laughs at the other half.

    Source: German
    One has only to die to be praised.

    Source: German
    One hour's sleep before midnight is better than two after it.

    Source: German
    One hour\'s sleep before midnight is worth two after.

    Source: German
    One kisses the child for the mother's sake, and the mother for the child's sake.

    Source: German
    One kisses the nurse for the sake of the child.

    Source: German
    One link broken, the whole chain is broken.

    Source: German
    One log does not burn long by itself.

    Source: German
    One man is another's devil.

    Source: German
    Presents keep friendship warm.
    Source: German
    Priestly knaves sweat hard at their meat, but never at work get into a heat.

    Source: German
    Priests and women never forget.

    Source: German
    Priests bless themselves first.

    Source: German
    Priests even smile pleasantly on young women.

    Source: German
    Priests pay each other no tithes.

    Source: German
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