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    Wise Sayings


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    With patience and time the mulberry leaf becomes a silk gown.

    Source: German
    With someone holding nothing but trumps it is impossible to play cards.

    Source: German
    Without knowledge, without sin.

    Source: German
    Woman's beauty, the forest echo, and rainbows, soon pass away.

    Source: German
    Women and maidens must be praised, whether truly or falsely.

    Source: German
    Women are as fickle as April weather.

    Source: German
    Women are as wavering as the wind.

    Source: German
    Women are necessary evils.

    Source: German
    Women are never at a loss for words.

    Source: German
    Women are watches that keep bad time.

    Source: German
    Women, fortune, and gold, favour fools.

    Source: German
    Woo the widow whilst she is in weeds.

    Source: German
    Woods have ears, fields have eyes.

    Source: German
    Words are good, but fowls lay eggs.

    Source: German
    Words are good, when works follow.

    Source: German
    Words don't will the sack.

    Source: German
    Words of snow, which fell last year.

    Source: German
    Words often do more than blows.
    Source: German
    Work makes free.

    Source: German
    Workmen are easier found than masters.

    Source: German
    Would you be strong, conquer yourself.

    Source: German
    Would you live long, be healthy and fat, drink like a dog and eat like a cat.
    Source: German
    Write on one of the devil's horns, "Good angel," and many will believe it.

    Source: German
    Yielding stays war.

    Source: German
    Yorkshire born and Yorkshire bred, strong in the arm and weak in the head.
    Source: German
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