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    Wise Sayings


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    Revenge in cold blood is the devil's own act and deed.

    Source: German
    Revenge is new wrong.

    Source: German
    Revenge is sweet.

    Source: German
    Revenge of an hundred years old hath still its sucking teeth.

    Source: German
    Revenge remains not unrevenged.

    Source: German
    Rich gamblers and old trumpeters are rare.

    Source: German
    Rich people are everywhere at home.

    Source: German
    Riches abuse them who know not how to use them.

    Source: German
    Riches cause arrogance; poverty, meekness.

    Source: German
    Right is with the strongest.

    Source: German
    Roses and maidens soon lose their bloom.

    Source: German
    Safe over the bridge, one laughs at St. Nepomuck.

    Source: German
    Said in sport, meant in earnest.

    Source: German
    Saint Martin was an easy man, he loved to drink Cerevisiam; and when he'd no Pecuniam, he left in pledge his Tunicam.

    Source: German
    Saint Swithun's day, if thou be fair, for forty days it will remain; Saint Swithun's day, if thou bring rain, for forty days it will remain.

    Source: German
    Salt and bread make the cheeks red.

    Source: German
    Samson was a strong man, but he could not pay money before he had it.

    Source: German
    Satiety causes disgust.

    Source: German
    Saving is a greater art than gaining.

    Source: German
    Scratch a lover and find an enemy.

    Source: German
    Scratch a Russian and you find a Tartar.

    Source: German
    Scratching and borrowing do well enough, but not for long.

    Source: German
    Security is nowhere safe.

    Source: German
    Security is the first cause of misfortune.
    Source: German
    Self is the man.
    Source: German
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