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A proverb from France.
If you do not enters his den, you cannot get his cubs.

A proverb from Spain.
It goes ill with the house when the hen sings and the cock is silent.

A proverb from Japan.
Even the prayers of an ant reach heaven.

A proverb from Japan.
A candle by consuming itself, gives light to other.

A proverb from Greece.
Nourish a wolf in winter and he will devour you in summer

A proverb from China.
A clever man will build a city; a clever woman will lay it low.

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

A proverb from Japan.
He, who loves the rose, loves the thorn.

A proverb from China.
Shame fades in the morning, but debts remain from day to day.

A proverb from America.
Pride is the mask of one’s own faults.

A proverb from Ancient India.
Hospitality mush be extended even to your enemy who come to your house; the tree does not withdraw its shade from the woodcutter.

A proverb from Finland.
The devil always paints himself black, but we always see him rose-colored.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
He fasted for a whole year and then broke his fast with an onion.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
A good deed dies when it is spoken about.

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

A proverb from Russia.
Everyday learns from the one that went before, but no day teaches the one that follows.

A proverb from England.
A bird in hand is worth two in a bush.

A proverb from France.
When the bridge is gone, the narrowest plank becomes precious.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
Every future is not far away.

A proverb from Holland.
A handful of patience is worth more than a bushel of brains.

A proverb from Ireland.
Necessity turns a lion into a fox.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
An army of sheep led by a lion would defeat an army of lions led by a sheep.

A proverb from Belgium Flemish.
Luck is flying about; who catches it, gets it.

A proverb from Canada.
The devil places a pillow for a drunken man to fall on.

A proverb from Arab Proverbs.
A grateful dog has more worth than an ungrateful man.

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