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    Wise Sayings


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    Take care of your plough, and your plough will take care of you.

    Source: German
    Take the world as it is, not as it ought to be.

    Source: German
    Talk of the devil, and his imp appears.

    Source: German
    Talking is easier than doing, and promising than performing.

    Source: German
    Talking is silver, silence is gold.

    Source: German
    Tell a lie, and you'll hear the truth.

    Source: German
    Tell no tales out of school.

    Source: German
    Tell not all you know; believe not all you hear; do not all you are able.

    Source: German
    That is not in the looking-glass which is seen in the looking-glass.

    Source: German
    That miller is honest who has hair on his teeth.

    Source: German
    That usury is a sin some hold, but take for granted they've no gold.

    Source: German
    The anvil is not afraid of the hammer.

    Source: German
    The anvil is used to noise.

    Source: German
    The ass and his driver do not think alike.

    Source: German
    The ass carries corn to the mill, and gets thistles.

    Source: German
    The bailiff's cow and another's cow are two different cows.

    Source: German
    The beggar's bag is bottomless.

    Source: German
    The beginning hot, the middle lukewarm, the end cold.

    Source: German
    The belly is a bad adviser.

    Source: German
    The best answer to anger is silence.

    Source: German
    The best friends are in one's purse.

    Source: German
    The best go first, the bad remain to mend.

    Source: German
    The best is what one has in his hand.

    Source: German
    The best of the mill is that the sacks can't speak.

    Source: German
    The bites of priests and wolves are hard to heal.

    Source: German
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