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    \'Tis too late to spare, When the bottom is bare.

    Source: German
    'Tis written, "What's not your own, that let alone."

    Source: German
    Tit for tat.

    Source: German
    To a quick ear half a word.

    Source: German
    To change and change for the better are two different things.

    Source: German
    To change and to do better are two different things.
    Source: German
    To good eating belongs good drinking.

    Source: German
    To know is easier than to do.

    Source: German
    To live long, eat like a cat, drink like a dog.

    Source: German
    To remain young while growing old is the highest blessing.

    Source: German
    To-day in finery, to-morrow in filth.

    Source: German
    To-day must borrow nothing of to-morrows.

    Source: German
    Too many sacks are the death of the ass.

    Source: German
    Too much bed makes a dull head.

    Source: German
    Too much bursts the bag.

    Source: German
    Too much humility is pride.

    Source: German
    Too much is not enough.
    Source: German
    Too much luck is bad luck.

    Source: German
    Too much will soon break.

    Source: German
    Too much wisdom is folly.

    Source: German
    Trick against trick.
    Source: German
    Trueman's house stands the longest.
    Source: German
    Trust no one till you have eaten a bushel of salt with him.
    Source: German
    Trust well rides away with the horse.
    Source: German
    Trust, beware whom!
    Source: German
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