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    Wise Sayings


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    An old fox does not run twice into the snare.

    Source: German
    An old man loved is a winter with flowers.

    Source: German
    An ounce of mother-wit is worth a pound of school-wit.

    Source: German
    An uneducated person is like an unpolished mirror.

    Source: German
    Anger can't stand, without a strong hand.

    Source: German
    Anger hears no counsel.

    Source: German
    Anger without power is folly.

    Source: German
    Another man's horse and your own spurs outrun the wind.

    Source: German
    Apes remain apes, though you cloth them in velvet.

    Source: German
    Appearances are deceitful.
    Source: German
    Appearances are deceptive.
    Source: German
    April weather, woman's love, rose-leaves, dice, and card-luck, change every moment.

    Source: German
    Art holds fast when all else is lost.

    Source: German
    As a man eats, so he works.

    Source: German
    As a thing is used, so it brightens.

    Source: German
    As a tree falls, so shall it lie.

    Source: German
    As fast as laws are devised, their evasion is contrived.

    Source: German
    As fortune is sought, so it is found.

    Source: German
    As good be an addled egg as an idle bird.

    Source: German
    As good eat the devil as the broth he was boiled in.

    Source: German
    As he thinketh in his heart, so is he.

    Source: German
    As is the gardener, so is the garden.

    Source: German
    As princes fiddle, subjects must dance.

    Source: German
    As soon a man is born he begins to die.

    Source: German
    As the field, so the crops; as the father, so the sons.

    Source: German
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