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1. It's a bad child who does not take advice.
2. Who gets lost in the forest takes it out on who leads him back.
3. Who takes a hut, also takes the rats and cockroaches.
4. It takes a village to raise a child.
5. He who takes a light to find a snake should start at his own feet.
6. Let a wrong-doing repeat itself at least three times: the first may be an accident, the second a mistake, but the third is likely to be intentional.
7. The last partridge will take the most arrows.
8. The tree breaks that takes all the force of the wind.
9. It takes a whole village to raise a child.
10. The always-hurrying person eats goat, but the one who takes his time eats beef.
11. A horse may take the warrior to the battlefield but can never fight.
12. A lamb takes after its mother.
13. A man who never recognises is mistakes will never know peace.
14. An open mind only hurts those who fear their own mistakes.
15. Any dead fish can flow down the river but it takes a live one to swim back up stream.
16. Anyone can be polite to a king, but it takes a gentleman to be polite to a beggar.
17. At that particular time a mad person gives you something take it immediately before he changes is mind.
18. He who predicts or prophesise isn't the one who causes his predictions to take shape.
19. He who wants to take much dies before going to the in-laws for introduction.
20. However long the dry season takes a seasonal river will never forget where it used to pass.
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