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Where the carrion is, there the eagles gather.

Where there is discipline there is virtue; where there is peace there is plenty.

Where there is no wit within no wit will come out.

Where will is right, law is banished.

Where you cannot climb over, you must creep under.

While the dogs yelp, the hare flies to the wood.

While the grass is growing the mare dies.

While the great bells are ringing no one hears the little ones.

Wisdom is the least burdensome travelling pack.

Wisdom rides upon the ruins of folly.

With law must the land be built.

Woe be to an evil eye.

Woe be to him whose advocate becomes his accuser.

Wolves are often hidden under sheep's clothing.

Words once spoken cannot be wiped out with a sponge.

You can have no more of the fox than his skin.

You can have too much of a good thing.

You can judge a man by the company he keeps.

You cannot drink and whistle at the same time.

You cannot have peace longer than your neighbour chooses.

You cannot have your cake and eat it.

You cannot make a good archbishop out of a rogue.

You cannot make a good hunting-horn of a pig's tail.

You cannot pull hard with a broken rope.

You cannot sail as you would, but as the wind blows.