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    Wise Sayings


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    What's everybody's work is nobody's work.

    Source: Portuguese
    When bulls fight, woe to the frogs.

    Source: Portuguese
    When thieves fall out, their knaveries come to light.

    Source: Portuguese
    Where shall the ox go but he must labour, since he knows how?

    Source: Portuguese
    Where shall the ox go, and not have to plough?

    Source: Portuguese
    Where the cock is the hen does not crow.

    Source: Portuguese
    Where there is no honour there is no dishonour.

    Source: Portuguese
    Where there's no fire there's no smoke.

    Source: Portuguese
    Where there's no might there's no right.

    Source: Portuguese
    Where you tell your secret you surrender your freedom.

    Source: Portuguese
    Where you were a page, be not an esquire.

    Source: Portuguese
    Who eats his fowl alone, must saddle his horse alone.

    Source: Portuguese
    Who faints not, achieves.

    Source: Portuguese
    Who holds his peace and gathers stones, will find a time to throw them.

    Source: Portuguese
    Who will not when he can, can't when he will.

    Source: Portuguese
    Will he nill he, the ass must go the fair.

    Source: Portuguese
    Win a bet of your friend, and drink it on the spot.

    Source: Portuguese
    Wind and fortune are not lasting.

    Source: Portuguese
    Wipe your sore eye with your elbow.

    Source: Portuguese
    Woman, wind, and luck soon change.

    Source: Portuguese
    Women and glass are always in danger.

    Source: Portuguese
    Women are supernumerary when present, and missed when absent.

    Source: Portuguese
    Work done expects money.

    Source: Portuguese
    Work expands so as to fill the time available.

    Source: Portuguese
    Would you have me serve you, good king, give me the means of living.

    Source: Portuguese
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