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    Wise Sayings


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    Speak little, speak truth. Spend little, pay cash.

    Source: German
    Speak, that I may see thee.

    Source: German
    Speaking comes by nature, silence by understanding.

    Source: German
    Speedy rise, speedy fall.

    Source: German
    Spend not, where you may save; spare not, where you must spend.

    Source: German
    Spending your money with many a guest, empties the kitchen, the cellar and chest.

    Source: German
    Stagnant water grows stinking.

    Source: German
    Stand up, farthing, let the florin sit down.

    Source: German
    Standing pools gather filth.

    Source: German
    Stretch yourself according to your cover-lid.

    Source: German
    Strong folks have strong maladies.

    Source: German
    "Success to you! God speed the craft!" as the hangman said to the judge.

    Source: German
    Such a beginning, such an end.

    Source: German
    Such as the man is, such will be his discourse.

    Source: German
    Sudden glory soon goes out.

    Source: German
    Sudden trust brings sudden repentance.

    Source: German
    Sue a beggar and catch a louse.

    Source: German
    Sue a beggar and get a louse.

    Source: German
    Suit yourself to the times.

    Source: German
    Summer sown corn and women's advice turn out once in every seven years.

    Source: German
    Sweat makes good mortar.

    Source: German
    Sweet song has betrayed many.

    Source: German
    Sweet wine makes sour vinegar.

    Source: German
    Take a horse to the knacker, and throw in bridle and saddle.

    Source: German
    Take all you want; eat all you take.

    Source: German
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