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    Wise Sayings


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    The hen likes to lay in a nest where there are eggs already.

    Source: German
    The higher a monkey climbs, the more he shows his behind.

    Source: German
    The higher flood hath always the lower ebb.

    Source: German
    The higher the bell is hung, the shriller it sounds.

    Source: German
    The horse is not judged of by the saddle.

    Source: German
    The horse that draws best is the most whipped.

    Source: German
    The husband's mother is the wife's devil.

    Source: German
    The key that is used grows bright.

    Source: German
    The king cannot rule as he wishes.

    Source: German
    The king's chaff is better than other folk's corn.

    Source: German
    The last shuts the door.

    Source: German
    The last stole the sack.

    Source: German
    The late comer is ill lodged.

    Source: German
    The later the evening, the fairer the company.

    Source: German
    The laugh is always on the loser.

    Source: German
    The man in the moon stole the wood.

    Source: German
    The master's eye does more than both his hands.

    Source: German
    The middle path is the safe path.

    Source: German
    The miller's hen and widower's maid, of want need never be afraid.

    Source: German
    The mills of God grind slowly, yet they grind exceeding small.

    Source: German
    The more law, the less justice.

    Source: German
    The more laws the less justice.

    Source: German
    The more light a torch gives the shorter it lasts.

    Source: German
    The more noble, the more humble.

    Source: German
    The more the well is used, the more water it yields.

    Source: German
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