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    Wise Sayings


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    Advising is often better than fighting.
    Source: German
    Affectation is a greater injury to the face than small-pox.

    Source: German
    After Christmas comes Lent.
    Source: German
    After clouds comes clear weather.

    Source: German
    After dinner stand a while, or walk nearly half a mile.
    Source: German
    Agree, for the law is costly.
    Source: German
    All are not asleep who have their eyes shut.
    Source: German
    All are not cooks who carry long knives.
    Source: German
    All are not free who mock their chains.
    Source: German
    "All freight lightens," said the skipper, when he threw his wife overboard.
    Source: German
    All goes down gutter lane.

    Source: German
    All good things must come to an end.

    Source: German
    All had rather it were well for themselves than for another.
    Source: German
    All skill is in vain when an angel pees in the touchhole of your musket.

    Source: German
    All wooers are rich, and all captives poor.

    Source: German
    All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.
    Source: German
    All your geese are swans.

    Source: German
    All's fair in love and war.

    Source: German
    Almost never killed a fly.

    Source: German
    Always something new, seldom something good.

    Source: German
    Ambition and fleas both jump high.

    Source: German
    Amendment is repentance.
    Source: German
    "An egg is an egg," said the beadle, but he took the goose-egg
    Source: German
    An old broom knows the corners of the house.

    Source: German
    An old error is always more popular than a new truth.

    Source: German
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