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    Wise Sayings


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    There's no handsome woman on the wedding day, except the bride.

    Source: Portuguese
    There's no living without friends.

    Source: Portuguese
    Think of many things, do one.

    Source: Portuguese
    Thinking is not knowing.

    Source: Portuguese
    Thinking of where you are going, you forget whence you came.

    Source: Portuguese
    Third time is the charm.

    Source: Portuguese
    Third time lucky.

    Source: Portuguese
    Third time pays for all.

    Source: Portuguese
    Though the heron flied high the falcon kills it.

    Source: Portuguese
    Though the mastiff be gentle, yet bite him not by the lip.

    Source: Portuguese
    Though we are negroes, we are men, and have souls.

    Source: Portuguese
    Though we may pluck flowers by the way we may not sleep among flowers.

    Source: Portuguese
    Though your mastiff be gentle, do not bite his lip.

    Source: Portuguese
    Threads do not break for being fine, but for being gouty and ill-spun.

    Source: Portuguese
    Threatened folks eat bread.

    Source: Portuguese
    Three brothers, three fortresses.

    Source: Portuguese
    Three or four daily will bring you to the bottom of the sack.

    Source: Portuguese
    Time and the hour are not to be tied with a rope.

    Source: Portuguese
    Times passes like the wind.

    Source: Portuguese
    Times tries a'.

    Source: Portuguese
    To a hasty question a leisurely answer.

    Source: Portuguese
    To be slow in giving ant to refuse, are alike.

    Source: Portuguese
    To change one's habits smacks of death.

    Source: Portuguese
    To give is honour, to beg is dishonour.

    Source: Portuguese
    To love and be wise is incompatible.

    Source: Portuguese
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