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    Wise Sayings


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    Rosary is hand, the devil at heart.

    Source: Portuguese
    Saints appear to fools.

    Source: Portuguese
    Saints don't fill the belly.

    Source: Portuguese
    Seat yourself in your place, and they will not make you rise.

    Source: Portuguese
    Send a man of sense on the embassy, and you need not instruct him.

    Source: Portuguese
    Serve a lord, and you will know what it is to be vexed.

    Source: Portuguese
    Show me a poor man, I will show you a flatterer.

    Source: Portuguese
    Shut your door, and you will make your neighbour good.

    Source: Portuguese
    Shut your mouth and you'll catch no flies.

    Source: Portuguese
    Soft water constantly striking the hard stone, wears it at last.

    Source: Portuguese
    Soft words and hard arguments.

    Source: Portuguese
    Speak little and well, they will think you somebody.

    Source: Portuguese
    Spilt salt is never well collected.

    Source: Portuguese
    Spinner, spin softly, you disturb me; I am praying.

    Source: Portuguese
    Supper is soon served up in a plentiful house.

    Source: Portuguese
    Taking out without putting in, soon comes to the bottom.

    Source: Portuguese
    Talk of the wolf and behold his skin.

    Source: Portuguese
    Tell her she is handsome, and you will turn her brain.

    Source: Portuguese
    Tell me with whom thou goest, and I'll tell thee what thou doest.

    Source: Portuguese
    Tell your friends a lie; if he keeps it secret tell him the truth.

    Source: Portuguese
    The accomplice is as bad as the thief.

    Source: Portuguese
    The ass dead, the corn at his tail.

    Source: Portuguese
    The ass does not know the value of his tail till he has lost it.

    Source: Portuguese
    The ass embraced the thistle, and they found themselves relations.

    Source: Portuguese
    The ass of many owners is eaten by wolves.

    Source: Portuguese
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