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3 Even in the freshest of milk you will still find hairs MALI

4 Necessity teaches new arts NORWAY

5 A debt is always new ESTONIA

6 Beware of old streets and new inns GERMANY

7 To read a book for the first time is to make the acquaintance of a new friend; to read it a second time is to meet an old one CHINA

8 An old story does not open the ear as a new one does NIGERIA

9 New clothes have no lice NAMIBIA

10 Out of old fields come new grain USA

11 You can’t teach an old dog new tricks ENGLAND

12 Only with a new ruler do you appreciate the value of the old MYANMAR

13 New lords, new laws FRANCE

14 New laws, new frauds ENGLAND

15 New officials introduce strict measures CHINA

16 There is always something to be cut off young trees if they are to grow well GERMANY

17 Better keep under an old hedge than creep under a new furze-bush ENGLAND

45 OLDNESS

1 Old purses shut badly NETHERLANDS

2 Everything ancient is to be respected GREECE

3 Custom is rust that mocks at every file BOHEMIA

4 Once is no custom NETHERLANDS

5 An old story does not open the ear as a new one does NIGERIA

6 When an old barn begins to burn, it is hard to put out NETHERLANDS

7 Old countries don’t disappear overnight; they stay for breakfast EGYPT

8 Old droppings don’t stink KENYA

9 Out of old fields come new grain USA

10 The older the buck, the harder his horn SCOTLAND

11 The older the ginger, the more it bites CHINA

12 Old sayings contain no lies SPAIN: BASQUE

13 Better keep under an old hedge than creep under a new furze-bush ENGLAND

14 An old moon’s mist never died of thirst IRELAND

15 Even a young foot finds ease in an old slipper SCOTLAND

16 Money is never old-fashioned NETHERLANDS

17 To get out a rusty nail you must take away a piece of the wall MALTA

18 A new broom sweeps clean, but the old brush knows the corners IRELAND

19 An old broom still sweeps the room ESTONIA

20 Beware of old streets and new inns GERMANY

21 If you want to go fast, go the old road MYANMAR

22 There is no better looking-glass than an old friend ENGLAND

23 To read a book for the first time is to make the acquaintance of a new friend; to read it a second time is to meet an old one CHINA

24 Only with a new ruler do you appreciate the value of the old MYANMAR

25 You must go behind the door to mend old breeches ENGLAND

26 Hunger doesn’t say, ‘Stale bread,’ and cold doesn’t say ‘Old coat.’ GEORGIA

27 One should not ask the time of a rusty clock NETHERLANDS

46 AGE

1 New-born calves don’t fear tigers CHINA

2 The baby who does not cry does not get fed PHILIPPINES

3 A frog’s baby is a frog JAPAN

4 A burnt bairn dreads the fire SCOTLAND

5 A child learns quicker to talk than to be silent NORWAY

6 Parents who are afraid to put their foot down will have children who step on their toes CHINA

7 Many kiss the child for the nurse’s sake ENGLAND

8 Wine and children speak the truth ROMANIA

9 A good child has several names ESTONIA

10 To understand your parents’ love, bear your own children CHINA

11 A child is more than a chip ESTONIA

12 When you give a child a nut, give it also something to break it with GEORGIA

13 Children regard their father’s guest as a slave REPUBLIC OF CONGO

14 It’s a wise child that knows its own father ENGLAND

15 Those who have no children do not understand love ITALY

16 It takes a whole village to raise one child NIGERIA
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