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"The strength of the old is their ready counsel."
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"It is good to look homewards."
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"He who steals an egg will steal more."
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"Adversity brings knowledge and knowledge wisdom."
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"I was wise once: when I was born I cried."
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"Home is home, however poor it may be."
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"The master of all work is practice."
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"Of all weights, old age is the heaviest."
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"The old one knows and the young suppose."
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"Repay evil with good, and hell will not claim you."
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"Milk for a child, meat for a man, beer for the old."
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"There is a bad potato in every sack."
Note : English Equivalent: "One bad apple spoils the barrel"
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"The child will grow, his clothes will not."
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"Birds of the same colour fly to the same place."
Note : English Equivalent: "Birds of a feather flock together."
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"If you want to be a leader, be a bridge."
Meaning - To become a leader, you must help others achieve their aims. Or - To be a leader, you must mediate.
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"To be a leader you must be a bridge"
Meaning - That you must bring people together with like mindedness and a common goal.
Note : Sheldon K. Bass
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"Money is the key that opens all locks."
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"The young laugh when the old fall."
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"An Angel on the road, a Devil at the fireplace."
Meaning - "Charming to outsiders, a devil in the home" or "Two-faced".
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"Calm catches a chicken."
Note : English Equivalent: "Slowly, slowly catchee monkey" Or "More haste, less speed"
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"Breaking her hip is the old witches fault."
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"Man learns from the cradle to the grave."
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"To sing before breakfast is to weep before supper."
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"A nation without a language is a nation without a heart."
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"Memory slips, letters remain."
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"First to the mill will get to grind."
Note : English equivalent: "First come, first served" or "The early bird catches the worm."
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"A chick reared in hell will want to remain in hell."
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"Playing with fire will eventually turn bitter."
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"Starting the work is two thirds of it."
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"Every bird relishes his own voice."
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"At the end of the song comes payment."
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"Persistent blows shatter the stone."
Meaning - "Perseverance pays in the end."
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"Speak well of your friend; of your enemy say nothing."
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"The world is wide to everyone."
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"Like a hen on a heap."
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"Everybody is foolish at times."
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"A great sin can enter by a small door."
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"The best knowledge is to know yourself."
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"The best shortage is a shortage of words."
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"Too much pudding will choke a dog."
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"Better educated than wealthy."
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"Better my own cottage than the palace of another."
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"Better a good shilling than a dud sovereign."
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"A man without prudence is a ship without an anchor."
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"It is easy to be brave behind a wall."
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"A boy is easier cheated than a witch."
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"He who has no faults is not born."
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"The seed of all evil is laziness."
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"Old age comes not on its own."
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"The old feel the blows that were acquired when younger."
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