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    Wise Sayings


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    What three know will soon be known to thirty.

    Source: German
    What we want in hay we make up in straw.

    Source: German
    What you do, do quickly.

    Source: German
    What you give, is written in sand; what you take, with an iron hand.

    Source: German
    What you have, hold.

    Source: German
    What you lend to a friend, an enemy sues for.

    Source: German
    What you lose on the swings you gain on the roundabouts.

    Source: German
    What! keep a dog and bark myself?

    Source: German
    What's of no use is too dear at a gift.

    Source: German
    What's one man's meat's another man's poison.

    Source: German
    What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.

    Source: German
    What's sport to you is death to us. [Fable of Boys and Frogs.]

    Source: German
    What's the good of a sun-dial in the shade?

    Source: German
    What's the use of putting honey in an ass's mouth.
    Source: German
    Whatever is given to the poor, is laid out of the reach of fortune.

    Source: German
    Whatever is to be a hook, bends early.

    Source: German
    When a dove begins to associate with crows its feathers remain white but its heart grows black.

    Source: German
    When a man is down, everybody runs over him.
    Source: German
    When a man is rich, he begins to save.

    Source: German
    When a thing is done, make the best of it.

    Source: German
    When blind leads the blind, both fall into the ditch.

    Source: German
    When Christ was along, the devil tempted him.

    Source: German
    When David grew old he sang pious psalms.

    Source: German
    When fortune knocks, open the door.

    Source: German
    When God says To-day, the devil says To-morrow.

    Source: German
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