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    Wise Sayings


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    Where two fall out, the third wins.

    Source: German
    Where water has been, water will come again.

    Source: German
    Where wine goes in, modesty goes out.

    Source: German
    Where'er an ass is crown'd to fame, both town and country bear the shame.

    Source: German
    Wherever there is a pretty spot, the devil plants a monastery or a lord.

    Source: German
    Wherever there is mischief, there is sure to be a priest and a woman in it.

    Source: German
    While the pot boils, friendship blooms.

    Source: German
    Who accepts from another sells his freedom.

    Source: German
    Who accepts nothing has nothing to return.

    Source: German
    Who are ready to believe, are easy to deceive.

    Source: German
    Who avoids small sins, does not fall into great ones.

    Source: German
    Who begins amiss ends amiss.

    Source: German
    Who begins too much, accomplishes little.

    Source: German
    Who blackens others, does not whiten himself.

    Source: German
    Who bows to might loses his right.
    Source: German
    Who cannot fight, wins nought by right.

    Source: German
    Who cannot sing, may whistle.

    Source: German
    Who carries doubtful people to his house, will doubtless from his carriage something lose.

    Source: German
    Who comes unbidden departs unthanked.

    Source: German
    Who deceives me once, shame on him; if he deceive me twice, shame on me.

    Source: German
    Who demands justice, must administer justice.

    Source: German
    Who does not punish evil, invites it.

    Source: German
    Who falls short in the head, must be long in the heels.

    Source: German
    Who has a head won't want for a hat.
    Source: German
    Who has a mouth, let him not say to another, "Blow!"

    Source: German
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