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1. A bride received into the home is like a horse that you have just bought; you break her in by constantly mounting her and continually beating her.
2. A fall into a ditch makes you wiser.
3. A single untried popular remedy often throws the scientific doctor into hysterics.
4. Not wine . . . men intoxicate themselves; not vice . . . men entice themselves.
5. Reshape one's foot to try to fit into a new shoe.
6. To persecute the unfortunate is like throwing stones on one fallen into a well.
7. When you fall into a pit, you either die or get out.
8. You can't catch a cub without going into the tiger's den.
9. Going into a country the first time, ask what is forbidden; on entering a village, ask what are the customs; on entering a private house, ask what should not be mentioned.
10. If rain bothers you, you can always jump into the sea.
11. Man who waits for roast duck to fly into mouth must wait very, very long time.
12. Ripe fruit falls by itself, but it does not fall into your mouth.
13. The day your horse dies and your money's gone, your relatives change into strangers.
14. Though all rivers flow into it, the sea never overflows.
15. What is told into a man's ear is often heard a hundred miles away.
16. When you fall into a pit, either you get out or die.
17. A clever person turns great troubles into little ones, and little ones into none at all.
18. If you want to know your past, look into your present conditions. If you want to know your future -- look into your present actions.
19. What is told into the ear of a man is often heard a hundred miles away.
20. Wine does not intoxicate a man -- a man intoxicates himself.
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