Proverbs

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A proverb from China.
Every family cooking-pot has one black spot.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
Examine what is said, not him who speaks.

A proverb from Catalonia sprain.
However securely you may climb, never say you cannot fall.

A proverb from Japan.
Fallen blossoms leave their perfumes behind.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
Give a man some cloth and he'll ask for some lining.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
Ask for your wife's advice and then do the opposite.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
Be sure to have a controversial opinion, and men will talk about you.

A proverb from Estonia.
Even the longest day comes to an evening.

A proverb from America.
The ass can swim in seven ways, but when he sees water, he forgets them all.

A proverb from Scotland.
You never miss the water till the well runs.

A proverb from India Hindi.
The hide that is stretched is dead one.

A proverb from Montenegro Yugoslavia.
Even an ant casts its shadow.

A proverb from South Africa Xhosa.
There is no beast that does not roar in its own den.

A proverb from Italy Latin.
He that wills not taste the sweet deserves not the sweet.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
A friend advises in his interest, not yours.

A proverb from France.
One’s own shoes are the ones that pinch the most.

A proverb from Italy Sardinian.
He who steals for others is hanged for himself.

A proverb from England.
Credit helps many up, but also many down.

A proverb from England.
If the mountain won’t come to Mohammed, then Mohammed must go to the mountain.

A proverb from Nigeria.
When a mouse laugh at a cat, there is a hole nearby.

A proverb from England.
Admonish your friends in private, praise them in public.

A proverb from India Hindi.
He who has come through the fire will not fade in the sun.

A proverb from Arabia.
Praise the wise man behind his back, but a woman to her face.

A proverb from Japan.
Never follow the heels of a sorrow or it may turn back.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
Call someone your lord and he'll sell you in the slave market.

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