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    Wise Sayings


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    Watching women is labour in vain.

    Source: German
    Water is the strongest drink; it drives mills.
    Source: German
    We beat the sack and mean the miller.

    Source: German
    We cannot all be Pope of Rome.
    Source: German
    We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails.

    Source: German
    We do in haste what we repent at leisure.

    Source: German
    We give to the rich, and take from the poor.

    Source: German
    We hang little thieves, and take off our hats to great ones.

    Source: German
    We knock in jest, and it is opened in earnest.

    Source: German
    We know what we have, but not what we shall get.

    Source: German
    We must eat and drink though every tree were a gallows.

    Source: German
    Weeds never die.

    Source: German
    Weeds want no sowing.
    Source: German
    Well-done outlives death.

    Source: German
    Were a woman rules the house, the devil is serving-man.

    Source: German
    Were he to throw a groat on the roof, it would come down a dollar.

    Source: German
    Were I a hatter, men would come into the world without heads.

    Source: German
    What belongs to the ravens is never drowned.

    Source: German
    What bird so white as mine? says the crow.

    Source: German
    What blossoms beautifully, withers fast.

    Source: German
    What comes from the heart, goes to the heart.

    Source: German
    What comes seldom, comes sharp.

    Source: German
    What does the moon care if the dogs bay at her?

    Source: German
    What God haith joined together, let no man put asunder.

    Source: German
    What goes around, comes around.

    Source: German
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