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    Wise Sayings


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    Three, helping one another, bear the burden of six.

    Source: German
    Thrift is a great revenue.

    Source: German
    Time and hour run through the roughest day.

    Source: German
    Time and opportunity are in no man's sleeve.

    Source: German
    Time and tide wait for no man.

    Source: German
    Time betrays and hangs the thief.

    Source: German
    Time brings everything, to those who can wait for it.

    Source: German
    Time covers and discovers everything.

    Source: German
    Time is anger's medicine.

    Source: German
    Time is the best counsellor.
    Source: German
    Time is the best preacher.

    Source: German
    Time is the herald of truth.

    Source: German
    Time makes hay.

    Source: German
    Time, wine, women, and fortune, are ever changing.

    Source: German
    Times change and we with time.

    Source: German
    Timid dogs bark most.

    Source: German
    Tired oxen must tread hard.

    Source: German
    'Tis easier to hurt than heal.

    Source: German
    'Tis either a hare or a brake-bush
    Source: German
    'Tis hard to swim against the stream
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    'Tis his turn to-day, it will be mine to-morrow.

    Source: German
    'Tis not for everyone to catch a salmon.

    Source: German
    'Tis one beggar's woe, to see another by the door go.

    Source: German
    'Tis the mind ennobles, not the blood.

    Source: German
    'Tis too late to spare when the pocket is bare.

    Source: German
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