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He who knows little quickly tells it.

He who knows nothing doubts nothing.

He who knows nothing knows enough, if he knows how to be silent.

He who knows nothing never doubts.

He who knows the road can ride full trot.

He who laughs overmuch may have an aching heart.

He who lets the goat be laid on his shoulders is soon after forced to carry the cow.

He who likes drinking is always talking of wine.

He who lives among wolves learns to howl.

He who looks on has two-thirds of the game.

He who loses is always in fault.

He who makes himself a dove is eaten by the hawk.

He who makes himself a servant is expected to remain a servant.

He who praises himself befouls himself.

He who risks nothing can gain nothing.

He who says nothing never lies.

He who serves the public has a sorry master.

He who serves two masters must lie to one of them.

He who sings drives away sorrow.

He who sleeps catches no fish.

He who sleeps well does not feel the fleas.

He who succeeds is reputed wise.

He who sups with the devil must have a long spoon.

He who sups with the Devil should have a long spoon.

He who suspects is seldom at fault.