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    Wise Sayings


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    The guests will go away, and we will eat the pasty.

    Source: Portuguese
    The headache is mine and the cows are ours.

    Source: Portuguese
    The hen that stays at home picks up the crumbs.

    Source: Portuguese
    The hen's eyes turn to where she has her eggs.

    Source: Portuguese
    The horse's best allowance is his master's eye.

    Source: Portuguese
    The key at the girdle keeps me good and my neighbour too.

    Source: Portuguese
    The king of the bees has no sting.

    Source: Portuguese
    The lame goat does not take a siesta.

    Source: Portuguese
    The law devised, its evasion contrived.

    Source: Portuguese
    The lazy servant takes eight steps to avoid one.

    Source: Portuguese
    The loss which your neighbour does not know is no real loss.

    Source: Portuguese
    The loudest bark rids not a dog of his fleas.

    Source: Portuguese
    The mad dog bites its master.

    Source: Portuguese
    The malady that is more incurable is folly.

    Source: Portuguese
    The man of sense does not hang up his knowledge.

    Source: Portuguese
    The man of your own trade is your enemy.

    Source: Portuguese
    The mare's kicks are caresses to the colt.

    Source: Portuguese
    The master orders the man, the man orders the cat, and the cat orders her tail.

    Source: Portuguese
    The mouth that says "Yes," can say "No."

    Source: Portuguese
    The nest made, the bird dead.

    Source: Portuguese
    The old saints are forgotten in the new.

    Source: Portuguese
    The one-eyes is a king in the land of the blind.

    Source: Portuguese
    The only good Indian is a dead Indian.

    Source: Portuguese
    The ox that tossed me threw me into a good place.

    Source: Portuguese
    The poor man eats at double cost.

    Source: Portuguese
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