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1. A man must keep his mouth open a long while before a roast pigeon files into it.
2. A silent man's words are not brought into court.
3. God gives all birds their food but does not drop it into their nests.
4. God gives every bird its food, but does not throw it into the nest.
5. He drives a good waggonful into his farm who gets a good wife.
6. He must be a clever host that would take the devil into his hostelry.
7. He who sows peas on the highway does not get all the pods into his barn.
8. He will never get into the wood who starts at every bush.
9. It has been blowing hard--the dirt has been blown into high places.
10. It is folly to take a thorn out of another's foot and put it into your own.
11. Many a thing whispered into one ear is heard over the whole town.
12. No one can see into another further than his teeth.
13. No one gets into trouble without his own help.
14. No one so hard upon the poor as the pauper who has got into power.
15. That which has been eaten out of the pot cannot be put into the dish.
16. The dog that is forced into the woods will not hunt many deer.
17. The fox does not go twice into the same trap.
18. The goose goes so often into the kitchen, till at last she sticks to the spit.
19. To cut into another's man's ear is like cutting into a felt hat.
20. "Peter, I am taking a ride," said the goose, when the fox was running into the wood with her.
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