Wise Sayings: Letter T


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    Wise Sayings


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    The magpie cannot leave her hopping.

    Source: Dutch
    The magpie is competing with the nightingale!

    Source: Latin
    The malady that is more incurable is folly.

    Source: Portuguese
    The man has neither sense nor reason who leaves a young wife at home.

    Source: French
    The man in the moon stole the wood.

    Source: German
    The man of sense does not hang up his knowledge.

    Source: Portuguese
    The man of your own trade is your enemy.

    Source: Portuguese
    The man on his feet carries off the share of the man sitting down.

    Source: Guinean
    The man who builds his own throne rules over a desert.

    Source: Guinean
    The man who can't dance says the band can't play.

    Source: Guinean
    The man who claims to be the boss in his own home will lie about other things as well.

    Source: Amish
    The man who is afraid of asking is ashamed of learning.

    Source: Danish
    The man who is born in a stable is not a horse.

    Source: Danish
    The man who lives only by hope will die with despair.

    Source: Italian
    The man who loves is easy of belief.

    Source: Italian
    The man who never makes a mistake always takes orders from one who does.

    Source: Italian
    The mare's kicks are caresses to the colt.

    Source: Portuguese
    The mare\'s kicks are caresses to the horse.

    Source: Spanish
    The mason who strikes often is better than the one who strikes too hard.

    Source: Irish
    The master derives from his art.

    Source: Danish
    The master of the people is their servant.

    Source: Yemen
    The master of the people is their servant.
    Category: Leadership Source: Yemeni
    The master orders the man, the man orders the cat, and the cat orders her tail.

    Source: Portuguese
    The master's eye and foot are the best manure for the field.

    Source: Dutch
    The master's eye does more than both his hands.

    Source: German
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