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    Wise Sayings


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    When it blows, the trees shake.

    Source: German
    When misfortune comes in at the door, love flies out of the window.

    Source: German
    When need is greatest, help is nearest.

    Source: German
    When old horses get warm, they are not easily held in.

    Source: German
    When one goose drinks, all drink.

    Source: German
    When poverty comes in at the door, love flies out at the window.

    Source: German
    When poverty comes in at the door, love jumps out at the window.

    Source: German
    When shepherds quarrel, the wolf has a winning game.

    Source: German
    When silent men speak they speak to the purpose.

    Source: German
    When sorrow is asleep wake it not.

    Source: German
    When the calf is stolen, the peasant mends the stall.

    Source: German
    When the dog is awake, the shepherd may sleep.

    Source: German
    When the fox preaches, look to the geese.
    Source: German
    When the fox wants to catch geese, he wags his tail.

    Source: German
    When the guest is in most favour, he will do well to quit.
    Source: German
    When the hen had laid an egg she cackles.
    Source: German
    When the horse dies, dismount.
    Source: German
    When the jest is at its best, 'twill be well to let it rest.

    Source: German
    When the lords come out of the council-house, they are wiser than when they went in.

    Source: German
    When the measure is full, it runs over.

    Source: German
    When the root is worthless, so is the tree.

    Source: German
    When the tale of bricks is doubled, then comes Moses.

    Source: German
    When the wine runs to waste in the cellar, he mends the cask.

    Source: German
    When the word is out, it belongs to another.

    Source: German
    When you sweep the stairs, you start at the top.

    Source: German
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