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    Wise Sayings


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    Priests should not prate out of the confessional.

    Source: German
    Princes have long hands and many ears.

    Source: German
    Promises are like the full moon: if they are not kept at once they diminish day by day.

    Source: German
    Promises don't fill the belly.

    Source: German
    Promises may make friends, but 'tis performances that keep them.

    Source: German
    Proverbs are like butterflies, some are caught and some fly away.

    Source: German
    Prudent men choose frugal wives.

    Source: German
    Prudent pauses forward business.

    Source: German
    Put out the fire betimes, ere it reach the roof.

    Source: German
    Quick believers need broad shoulders.

    Source: German
    Quick come, quick go.

    Source: German
    Quick enough, if but good enough.

    Source: German
    Ragged colts make the handsomest stallions.

    Source: German
    Raise no more devils than you can lay.

    Source: German
    Reason doe not come before years.

    Source: German
    "Red is Love's colour," said the wooer to his foxy charmer.

    Source: German
    Red sky at night, sailor's delight. Red sky at morning, sailors take warning.

    Source: German
    Red sky at night, shepherd\'s delight; red sky in the morning, shepherd\'s warning.

    Source: German
    Rejoiced in youth, repented in age.

    Source: German
    Rent and Taxes never sleep.

    Source: German
    Repentance is the heart's medicine.

    Source: German
    Report makes the wolf bigger than he is.

    Source: German
    Rest comes from unrest, and unrest from rest.

    Source: German
    Revenge converts a little right into a great wrong.

    Source: German
    Revenge does not long remain unrevenged.

    Source: German
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