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1. He who would leap high must take a long run.
2. A cross-grained woman and a snappish dog take care of the house.
3. A hungry dog and a thirsty horse take no heed of blows.
4. A woman may be ever so old, if she take fire she will jump.
5. Give a rogue an inch, and he will take an ell.
6. Give a thing, and take a thing, to wear the devil's gold ring.
7. Good counsel is no better than bad counsel, if it be not taken in time.
8. Happy he who can take warning from the mishaps of others.
9. He must be a clever host that would take the devil into his hostelry.
10. He who does look before him, must take misfortune for his earnings.
11. He who takes the child by the hand, takes the mother by the heart.
12. He who will not take cheap advice, will have to buy dear repentance.
13. He who would leap far must first take a long run.
14. It is folly to take a thorn out of another's foot and put it into your own.
15. It is not every one who takes the right sow by the ear.
16. It is time enough to take off your hat when you see the man.
17. It takes a good many mice to kill a cat.
18. It takes many words to fill a sack.
19. Of bad debtors you make take spoilt herrings.
20. Physicians rarely take medicine.
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