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    Wise Sayings


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    Follow the road and you will reach an inn.

    Source: Portuguese
    Fools sometimes give wise men counsel.

    Source: Portuguese
    Foot firm till death.

    Source: Portuguese
    For a bad tongue scissors.

    Source: Portuguese
    For a voracious beast pebbles in his feed.

    Source: Portuguese
    For lack of men they made my father a justice.

    Source: Portuguese
    For poor people small coin.

    Source: Portuguese
    Friends and mules fail us at hard passes.

    Source: Portuguese
    Friends are flowers in the garden of life.

    Source: Portuguese
    Friends are known in adversity.

    Source: Portuguese
    From a closed door the devil turns away.

    Source: Portuguese
    From great rivers come great fish.

    Source: Portuguese
    From the soldier who has no cloak, keep your own in your chest.

    Source: Portuguese
    From the straws in the air we judge of the wind.

    Source: Portuguese
    From the sublime to the ridiculous is only one step.

    Source: Portuguese
    From the sweetest wine, the tartest vinegar.

    Source: Portuguese
    Gain has a pleasant odour, come whence it will.

    Source: Portuguese
    Gambling sire, gambling son.

    Source: Portuguese
    Gifts break rocks.

    Source: Portuguese
    Gifts from enemies are dangerous.

    Source: Portuguese
    Give a grateful man more than he asks.

    Source: Portuguese
    Give a hint to the man of sense, and consider the thing done.

    Source: Portuguese
    Give a loaf, and beg a shive.

    Source: Portuguese
    Give a man rope enough and he will hang himself.

    Source: Portuguese
    Give me money, not advice.

    Source: Portuguese
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