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    Wise Sayings


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    The empty waggon must make room for the full one.

    Source: German
    The end of wrath is the beginning of repentance.

    Source: German
    The executioner is a keen shaver.

    Source: German
    The eye is bigger than the belly.

    Source: German
    The eye is never satiated with seeing.

    Source: German
    The eyes believe themselves; the ears believe other people.

    Source: German
    The fairer the hostess, the heavier the reckoning.

    Source: German
    The farthest way about is the nearest way home.

    Source: German
    The fast faggot is not easily broken.

    Source: German
    The fat is in the fire.

    Source: German
    The fatter the flea, the leaner the dog.

    Source: German
    The fault of another is a good teacher.

    Source: German
    The fewer the words, the better the prayer.

    Source: German
    The fish lead a pleasant life, they drink when they like.

    Source: German
    The fox changes his skin, but keeps the rogue.

    Source: German
    The fox does not prey near his hole.

    Source: German
    The fuller the cask, the duller its sound.

    Source: German
    The fun is in the search, not the finding.

    Source: German
    The furthest way about is the nearest way home.

    Source: German
    The greatest conqueror is he who conquers himself.

    Source: German
    The greatest step is out of doors.

    Source: German
    The greatest things are done by the help of small ones.

    Source: German
    The greatest wealth is contentment with a little.

    Source: German
    The handsomest snuffs the candle.

    Source: German
    The hasty man was never a traitor.

    Source: German
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