wise saying

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And good old Holmes delivered his soul on the walk home of many wise sayings, and, as the song says,
The truth of this wise saying is shown clearly when this Government's shameful record is compared with the Prime Minister's polished PR spiel.
Through work like David Miami's 'Proud Whopper' and Ogilvy & Mather Paris' 'The Marathon Walker' we see that wise saying brought beautifully to life.
The wise saying, 'The pen is mightier than sword' was true.
HAYDEN PANETTIERE, 23, actress: "THIS world can be so judgmental and so harsh and I love the wise saying, 'Beauty is an opinion not a fact'.
There is a wise saying that parents leave the land to their children - they rent it from children.
I won't give my views on Mr Daniels, as I'm going to abide by the wise saying "if you've nothing nice to say, then don't say anything at all".
He's even apt to tell you a joke or two or toss a wise saying your way when you shake hands after church: "He who laughs last thinks slowest," is one of them.
Among the best practices for rapid and satisfying firm growth, we found "Measure twice, cut once" is a wise saying that applies.
This objection [you raise], then, does not apply to Aristotle or to whoever said the same thing, which is the right and wise saying.
There is a wise saying "What you sow you shall reap".
46) In short, Folly is poking fun at the wise saying by Socrates and at Apuleius's comment.