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    Wise Sayings


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    Eat to live, not live to eat.

    Source: Portuguese
    Eat with him, and beware of him.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every ant has its ire.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every cock is valiant on his own dunghill.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every cock will crow upon his own dunghill.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every fly has its shadow.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every land to its own custom, every wheel its own spindle.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every man to his trade.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every one is a king in his own house.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every one is wise for his own profit.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every one reaps as he sows.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every one sings as he has the gift, and marries as he has the luck.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every one speaks as he is.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every one speaks of the feast as he finds it.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every one to his equal.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every one to his liking.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every peddler praises his own needles.

    Source: Portuguese
    Every pig has it Martinmas.

    Source: Portuguese
    Everybody's friend or nobody's friend, is all one.

    Source: Portuguese
    Everything has its time.

    Source: Portuguese
    Faintheart is always in danger.

    Source: Portuguese
    Fair and softly goes far in a day.

    Source: Portuguese
    Favour oft avails more than justice or reason.

    Source: Portuguese
    Feet accustomed to go cannot be still.

    Source: Portuguese
    Feign death and the bull will leave you.

    Source: Portuguese
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