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    Wise Sayings


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    The sun will shine into our yard too.

    Source: German
    The sun-dial counts only the bright hours.

    Source: German
    The sweetest grapes hang highest.

    Source: German
    The sweetest wine makes the sharpest vinegar.

    Source: German
    The thief cannot find any tree that suits him for a gallows.

    Source: German
    The treason is loved, the traitor hated.

    Source: German
    The tree must be bent while it is young.

    Source: German
    The unbidden guest is ever a pest.

    Source: German
    The unexpected always happens.

    Source: German
    The unrighteous penny consumes the righteous dollar.

    Source: German
    The weeping bride makes a laughing wife.

    Source: German
    The will gives the work its name.

    Source: German
    The will is the soul of the work.

    Source: German
    The wind does not always blow from the same quarter.

    Source: German
    The wind keeps not always in one quarter.

    Source: German
    The wise drunkard is a sober fool.
    Source: German
    The wise man has long ears and a short tongue.

    Source: German
    The wood has ears, the field has eyes.
    Source: German
    The work praises the workman.

    Source: German
    The world likes to have night-owls, that it may have matter for wonder.
    Source: German
    The worse the dun, the worst the paymaster.
    Source: German
    There are many preachers who don't hear themselves.
    Source: German
    There are more hands than heads.

    Source: German
    There are more old tipplers than old doctors.
    Source: German
    There are more threatened than struck.
    Source: German
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