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    Wise Sayings


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    Beware the door with too many keys.
    Category: Vigilance Source: Portuguese
    Change yourself and fortune will change.
    Category: Fortune Source: Portuguese
    Do good and care not to whom.
    Category: Good and evil Source: Portuguese
    Every peddlar praises his own needles.
    Category: Flattery and praise Source: Portuguese
    If you give orders and leave, the work won't get done.
    Category: Business Source: Portuguese
    A bad knife cuts one's finger instead of the stick.

    Source: Portuguese
    A barking dog was never a good hunter.

    Source: Portuguese
    A barley corn is better than a diamond to a cock.

    Source: Portuguese
    A beard lathered is half shaved.

    Source: Portuguese
    A beard once washed is half shaven.

    Source: Portuguese
    A beggar's wallet is never full.

    Source: Portuguese
    A bustling mother makes a slothful daughter.

    Source: Portuguese
    A contented ass enjoys a long life.

    Source: Portuguese
    A dead man does not speak.

    Source: Portuguese
    A dog in the manger, that neither eats nor lets others eat.

    Source: Portuguese
    A dull ass near home trots without the stick.

    Source: Portuguese
    A fast horse does not want the spur.

    Source: Portuguese
    A fault confessed is half forgiven.

    Source: Portuguese
    A fault confessed is half redressed.

    Source: Portuguese
    A finger's length in a sword, and a palm in a lance, are a great advantage.

    Source: Portuguese
    A friend is to be taken with his faults.

    Source: Portuguese
    A friend's fault should be known but not abhorred.

    Source: Portuguese
    A full man is no eater.

    Source: Portuguese
    A girl, a vineyard, an orchard, and a bean-field, are hard to watch.

    Source: Portuguese
    A good cock was never fat.

    Source: Portuguese
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