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    Wise Sayings


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    Who steals a calf, steals a cow.

    Source: German
    Who takes an eel by the tail or a woman by her word, grasp as he will, holds nothing fast.

    Source: German
    Who takes the child by the hand takes the mother by the heart.

    Source: German
    Who the daughter would win, with mamma must begin.

    Source: German
    Who throws a stone above him may have it fall on his own head.

    Source: German
    Who will not feed the cats, must feed the mice and rats.

    Source: German
    Who would be rich, must keep his soul under cover of his cash-box.

    Source: German
    Who would be young in age, must in youth be sage.

    Source: German
    Who would win, must learn to bear.

    Source: German
    Who would wish to be valued must make himself scarce.

    Source: German
    Who's the man that was never fooled by a woman.

    Source: German
    Whoever cares to learn will always find a teacher.

    Source: German
    Whoever invented work must not have had anything to do.
    Source: German
    Whom fortune favours, the world favours.

    Source: German
    Whore or thief young or old, welcome so you've got the gold.

    Source: German
    Whose bread I eat: his song I sing.

    Source: German
    Windmills are not driven by bellows.

    Source: German
    Wine and women make fools of everybody.

    Source: German
    Wine upon beer is very good cheer; beer upon wine consider with fear.

    Source: German
    "With all my heart!" says the boor, when he must.

    Source: German
    With great men one must allow five to be an even number.

    Source: German
    "With great pleasure," says the boor, when he must.
    Source: German
    With houses and gold, men are rarely bold.

    Source: German
    With nice appearance people want to be deceived.

    Source: German
    With one foot in the grave.

    Source: German
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