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976 Dutch Proverbs

Sweep before your own door before you look after your neighbour's.

Take a horse by his bridle and a man by his word.

Take counsel before it goes ill, lest it go worse.

Take nothing in hand that may bring repentance.

Take off your hat to your yesterdays; take off your coat for your tomorrows.

Talk of the devil and you hear his bones rattle.

Talk of the Devil, and he is bound to appear.

Talk of the wolf and his tail appears.

Tall trees catch much wind.

Tastes differ.

Tell no one what you would have known only to yourself.

Tender surgeons make foul wounds.

That beer's of your own brewing, and you must drink it.

That is beggar's fare, said the dame, when she fried eggs with the sausages.

That is good wisdom which is wisdom in the end.

That mouse will have a tail (i.e. The thing will have a long train of consequences).

That which burns thee not, cool not.

That's all well and good, but gold is better.

That's quickly done which is long repented.

The absent always bear the blame.

The arms of Bruges: an ass in an arm-chair.

The art is not in making money, but in keeping it.

The ass and the driver never think alike.

The best cause requires a good pleader.

The best fodder is the mater's eye.