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    Wise Sayings


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    Self-done, is soon done.
    Source: German
    Self-love is bad, and makes the eyes sad.
    Source: German
    Self-praise stinks, friends praise hinks, the stranger's is sincere, and may last for a year.

    Source: German
    Self-preservation is the first law of nature.

    Source: German
    Services unrequired go unrequited.

    Source: German
    Set a beggar on a horse and he'll ride to the devil.

    Source: German
    Set a beggar on horseback, and he'll outride the devil.

    Source: German
    Set a beggar on horseback, and he\'ll ride to the Devil.

    Source: German
    She is fond of him--on the side where the pocket hangs.

    Source: German
    Short hair is soon brushed.

    Source: German
    Sickly body, sickly mind.

    Source: German
    Silence and reflection cause no dejection.

    Source: German
    Silk and velvet put out the kitchen fire.

    Source: German
    Silks and satins put out the kitchen fire.

    Source: German
    Singed cats live long.

    Source: German
    Singers, lovers, and poets are privileged liars.

    Source: German
    Slaughter no more than you can well salt.

    Source: German
    Small profits and often, are better than large profits and seldom.

    Source: German
    Small profits are often, are better than large profits and seldom.

    Source: German
    Small saints too work miracles.

    Source: German
    Small undertakings give great comfort.

    Source: German
    So it goes in the world: one has the purse, the other has the gold.

    Source: German
    Soldiers must be well paid, and well hanged.

    Source: German
    Solitude is the nurse of wisdom.

    Source: German
    Something to every one is good division.

    Source: German
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