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    Wise Sayings


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    An open countenance often conceals close thoughts.

    Source: Portuguese
    Another man's trade costs money.

    Source: Portuguese
    Another\'s misfortune does not cure my pain.

    Source: Portuguese
    As they pipe to me, I will dance.

    Source: Portuguese
    Baskets after the vintage.

    Source: Portuguese
    Before you marry consider what you do.

    Source: Portuguese
    Before you marry reflect, for it is a knot you cannot untie.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better a distant good than a near evil.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better a red face than a black heart.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better a sparrow in the hand than two flying.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better an ass that carries me than a horse that throws me.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better an egg in peace, than an ox in war.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better anticipate than be anticipated.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better be killed by robbers than by the kick of an ass.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better be one-eyed than quite blind.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better be out of the world than out of the fashion.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better be silent than speak ill.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better be wrong with the many than right with the few.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better deserve honour and not have it, than have it and not deserve it.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better go round than be drowned.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better have friends in the market-place than money in your coffer.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better have to give than have to beg.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better is a leap over the ditch than the entreaties of good men.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better is my neighbour's hen than mine.

    Source: Portuguese
    Better is one "Take this," than two "I-will-give-you."

    Source: Portuguese
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