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    Wise Sayings


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    The cats that drive away mice are as food as those that catch them.

    Source: German
    The chamois climbs high and yet is caught.

    Source: German
    The cock is a lord on his own dunghill.

    Source: German
    The cock is king on his own dunghill.

    Source: German
    The cock shuts his eyes when he crows, because he knows it by heart.

    Source: German
    The concealer is as bad as the thief.

    Source: German
    The cow gives milk through her mouth.

    Source: German
    The cow licks no strange calf.

    Source: German
    The cows that low most give the least milk.

    Source: German
    The debts go to the next heir.

    Source: German
    The devil catches most souls in a golden net.

    Source: German
    The devil dances in an empty pocket.

    Source: German
    The devil finds work for idle hands to do.

    Source: German
    The devil is civil when he is flattered.

    Source: German
    The devil is in the details.

    Source: German
    The devil is never so black as he is painted.

    Source: German
    The devil likes to souse what is already wet.

    Source: German
    The devil looks after his own.

    Source: German
    The dog does not get bread every time he wags his tail.

    Source: German
    The dog rages at the stone, not at him that throws it.

    Source: German
    The dog returns to its vomit.

    Source: German
    The dog that starts the hare is as good as the one that catches it.

    Source: German
    The dogs bite the last.

    Source: German
    The drunken mouth reveals the heart's secrets.

    Source: German
    The egg will be more knowing than the hen.

    Source: German
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