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|The fool speaks, the wise man listens. Ugandan proverbs If ... Queen Elizabeth |
He, who doesn't know, doesn't know he doesn't know until he knows that he
doesn't know. George ... Heraclites Everyone is wise until he speaks. Irish
|Proverb, Chinese Wise care keeps what it has gained. - Proverb, Danish The |
wise person has long ears and a short tongue. - Proverb, German Everyone is
wise until he speaks. - Proverb, Irish He alone is wise who can accommodate
|'A quiet tongue shows a wise head.' And still they come: 'Not to speak is the |
flower of wisdom.' (Japan) 'Don't talk unless you can improve the silence.' (
America) 'Everyone is wise until he speaks.' (Ireland) 'A fool who can keep silent
|Thaddeus J. Williams. Never let anyone infringe upon your constitutional rights. |
Everyone is equal under the law. Never be tricked or forced into doing anything
you know is wrong. Everyone is wise until he speaks. Never try to fill •79•
|He who can follow his own will is a king. Everyone is wise until he speaks. James |
Joyce (1882-1941) Author Art is the human disposition of sensible or intelligible
matter for an esthetic end. The artist, like the God of creation, remains within or ...
|She was in bed with gramps." "Please excuse Johnnie for being. It was his |
father's fault." "Please excuse Ray Friday from school. He has very loose vowels."
Everyone is wise, until he speaks. — Irish proverb I 50 Teachers ACTUAL
|John D. Leavy. Chapter5 Introduce Your Clients and Prospects to Another Side of |
the Organization “Everyone is wise until he speaks.” —irish proVerBs ow that you
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|Proverb, Irish God likes help when helping people. - Proverb, Irish A silent mouth |
is melodious. - Proverb, Irish All sins cast long shadows. - Proverb, Irish Everyone
is wise until he speaks. - Proverb, Irish Marry a mountain girl and you marry the ...
|Wise. Man. and. Fool. There are two things that can't be cured — death and |
stupidity. * Everyone is wise until he speaks. * Though wisdom is good in the
beginning, it is better at the end. * A wise man will form a year's judgment from