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    Wise Sayings


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    A seat in the council is honour without profit.

    Source: Portuguese
    A servant and a cock must be kept but one year.

    Source: Portuguese
    A shut mouth keeps me out of strife.

    Source: Portuguese
    A small hatchet fells a great oak.

    Source: Portuguese
    A small pack becomes a small pedler.

    Source: Portuguese
    A small spark makes a great fire.

    Source: Portuguese
    A small tear relieves a great sorrow.

    Source: Portuguese
    A stout heart breaks ill fortune.

    Source: Portuguese
    A well-formed figure needs no cloak.

    Source: Portuguese
    A woman and a hen are soon lost through gadding.

    Source: Portuguese
    A word and a blow.

    Source: Portuguese
    A word and a stone once let go cannot be recalled.

    Source: Portuguese
    A word from the mouth, a stone from the hand.

    Source: Portuguese
    Alas for the son whose father went to heaven.

    Source: Portuguese
    All bite the bitten dog.

    Source: Portuguese
    All the wool is hair, more or less.

    Source: Portuguese
    All the world loves a lover.

    Source: Portuguese
    All the world will beat the man whom fortune buffets.

    Source: Portuguese
    An angry man heeds no counsel.

    Source: Portuguese
    An empty purse, and a finished house, make a man wise, but too late.

    Source: Portuguese
    An estate inherited is the less valued.

    Source: Portuguese
    An hour of play discovers more than a year of conversation.

    Source: Portuguese
    An innocent heart suspects no guile.

    Source: Portuguese
    An old man in love is like a flower in winter.

    Source: Portuguese
    An open box tempts an honest man.

    Source: Portuguese
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