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    Wise Sayings


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    Be not ashamed of your craft.
    Source: German
    Be silent, or say something better than silence.
    Source: German
    Be the thing you would be called.

    Source: German
    Bear and bull catch no fox.

    Source: German
    Beauty is a good letter of introduction.

    Source: German
    Begin to weave and God will give the thread.

    Source: German
    Beginning and ending shake hands.

    Source: German
    Better a friendly denial than an unwilling compliance.

    Source: German
    Better a good cow than a cow of a good kind.

    Source: German
    Better a lean agreement than a fat lawsuit.

    Source: German
    Better a lean peace than a fat victory.

    Source: German
    Better a living dog than a dead lion.

    Source: German
    Better a patch than a hole.

    Source: German
    Better an honest enemy than a false friend.

    Source: German
    Better an unjust peace than a just war.

    Source: German
    Better ask twice than go wrong once.

    Source: German
    Better badly mounted than proud on foot.

    Source: German
    Better envy than pity.

    Source: German
    Better free in a foreign land than a serf at home.

    Source: German
    Better give nothing than stolen alms.

    Source: German
    Better is an enemy to good.

    Source: German
    Better is better.

    Source: German
    Better one living word than a hundred dead ones.

    Source: German
    Better something than nothing at all.

    Source: German
    Better to go to bed supperless than run in debt.

    Source: German
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