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    Wise Sayings


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    If you laugh to-day, you will cry to-morrow.

    Source: Portuguese
    If you want clear water, draw it from the spring.

    Source: Portuguese
    If you want to be served, serve yourself.

    Source: Portuguese
    If you would be a good judge, hear what every one says.

    Source: Portuguese
    If you would be happy for a week take a wife; if you would be happy for a month kill a pig; but if you would be happy all your life plant a garden.

    Source: Portuguese
    If you would be healthy, be sage betimes.

    Source: Portuguese
    If you would be in good repute, let not the sun find you in bed.

    Source: Portuguese
    If you would grow poor without perceiving it, employ workmen and go to sleep.

    Source: Portuguese
    Ill befal the belly that forgets eaten bread.

    Source: Portuguese
    Ill fares the young bird in the urchin's hand.

    Source: Portuguese
    In default of bread, meal cakes are good.

    Source: Portuguese
    In war, hunting, and love, for one pleasure a hundred pains.

    Source: Portuguese
    Iron that is not used soon rusts.

    Source: Portuguese
    It befits the king to be liberal, for he is sure of never falling into poverty.

    Source: Portuguese
    It dawns none the sooner for all one's early rising.

    Source: Portuguese
    It fares ill with the house when the distaff commands the sword.

    Source: Portuguese
    It is bad to have a servant, but worse to have a master.

    Source: Portuguese
    It is nothing, they are only killing my husband.

    Source: Portuguese
    It is the nature of the greyhound to carry a long tail.

    Source: Portuguese
    It is well to know how to be silent till it is time to speak.

    Source: Portuguese
    Jack is as good as his master.

    Source: Portuguese
    Jack of all trades and master of none.

    Source: Portuguese
    Jack will never make a gentleman.

    Source: Portuguese
    Keep good company and you shall be of the number.

    Source: Portuguese
    Keep no more cats than will catch mice.

    Source: Portuguese
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