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1. If you climb up a tree, you must climb down the same tree.
2. The day the monkey is destined to die, all the trees get slippery.
3. When the big tree falls, the goat eats its leaves.
4. During a storm you seek shelter under a tree and not the clouds.
5. If you want to lean on a tree, first make sure it can hold you.
6. The wind does not break a tree that can bend.
7. The predator lands on an unknown tree.
8. The mouse says: I dig a hole without a hoe; the snake says: climb a tree without arms.
9. If a bird does not recognise a tree, it will not rest on it.
10. Only when a tree has grown can you tie your cow to it.
11. A small axe is not sufficient to cut down a large tree.
12. Do not speak of a rhinoceros if there is no tree nearby.
13. The lizard that jumped from the high iroko tree to the ground said he would praise himself if no one else did.
14. The tree breaks that takes all the force of the wind.
15. The tree that is not taller than you cannot shade you.
16. When you see a palm tree, the palm tree has seen you.
17. A small shrub may grow into a tree.
18. The axe forgets; the tree remembers.
19. A family is like a thick forest, often from outside its dense, when your inside each tree has its own position.
20. A family tie is like a tree, it can bend but it cannot break.
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