Proverbs

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A proverb from France.
A tiny little word can be a clap of thunder.

A proverb from France.
Life is an onion which one peels crying.

A proverb from Serbia.
Advice after misfortune is like medicine after death.

A proverb from England.
If the beginning is good, the end must be perfect.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
He promised me earrings, but then only pierced my ears.

A proverb from America.
A father is a banker provided by nature.

A proverb from Spain.
A nightingale will cease to sing before a woman is in want of words

A proverb from Greece.
In the land of the blind, the one-eyed is the king

A proverb from Bulgaria.
If your children are bad they should not inherit any property; if they are good they need none.

A proverb from Czechoslovakia.
A habit is a shirt made of iron.

A proverb from Serbia.
The ruler proclaims the good new himself, he sent the servant out to announce the bad news.

A proverb from France.
Everything tempts the man who fears temptation.

A proverb from Serbia.
The first fears the husband, the husband fears the second.

A proverb from Russia.
A repentant sinner is more worthy than ten saints who never succumb to temptation.

A proverb from Armenia.
The serpent goes everywhere crooked, but enters straight into its hole

A proverb from China.
A Chinaman is ill only once in his life, and that is when he is dying.

A proverb from Germany Yiddish.
If one man calleth thee a donkey, pay him no mind. If two men calleth thee a donkey, get thee a saddle.

A proverb from Italy.
There is a difference between buried treasure and concealed knowledge.

A proverb from China.
Of soup and love, the fish is the best.

A proverb from Serbia.
Advice after misfortune is like medicine after death.

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

A proverb from England.
Who married for love without money hath good nights and sorry days.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
Don't think you are eloquent just because a fool applauds you.

A proverb from Norway.
Bad is called good when worse happens.

A proverb from Arabia.
Throw a lucky man into the sea, and he will come up with a fish in his mouth.

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