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    Wise Sayings


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    What goes down usually comes up.

    Source: German
    What goes up must come down.

    Source: German
    What greater crime than loss of time?

    Source: German
    What harm is there in a good word? It costs nothing.

    Source: German
    What is no sin, is no shame.

    Source: German
    What is not taken by the Church is taken by the Exchequer.

    Source: German
    What is right for the one is reasonable for the other.

    Source: German
    What is said is said, and no sponge can wipe it out.
    Source: German
    What is sport to the cat is death to the mouse.

    Source: German
    What is the use of running when we are not on the right road?

    Source: German
    What is too high, that let fly.

    Source: German
    What man has made, man can destroy.

    Source: German
    What Manchester says today, the rest of England says tomorrow.

    Source: German
    What Master Jacky does not learn, Mr. John never knows.

    Source: German
    What one does not bake, another brews.

    Source: German
    What one is accustomed to in youth, one does in old age.

    Source: German
    What one knows it is useful sometimes to forget.

    Source: German
    What ripens fast does not last.

    Source: German
    What should a cow do with a nutmeg?

    Source: German
    What signifies the barking of a dog that don't bite?

    Source: German
    What smarts teaches.
    Source: German
    What soberness conceals, drunkenness reveals
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    What the eyes see, the heart believes.

    Source: German
    What the lion cannot, the fox can.

    Source: German
    What the peacock has too little on his head, he has too much on his tail.

    Source: German
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