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As They Say In Zanzibar

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17 When you show the moon to a child, it sees only your finger ZAMBIA

18 More precious than our children are the children of our children EGYPT

19 Spare the rod and spoil the child ENGLAND

20 If he calls it a silly and childish game, that means his wife can beat him at it USA

21 A young doctor makes a full graveyard CHINA

22 Three kinds of men fail to understand women – young men, old men, and middle-aged men IRELAND

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

24 A young saint, an old devil ITALY

25 The house with an old grandparent harbours a jewel CHINA

26 An old rat is a brave rat FRANCE

27 It is a hard job to make old monkeys pull faces BELGIUM

28 An old cat will not learn how to dance MOROCCO

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

30 The mind does not grow old WALES

31 An old horse doesn’t fear the whip SWITZERLAND

32 The head is older than the book BELGIUM

33 Age before beauty USA

34 You do not teach the paths of the forest to an old gorilla REPUBLIC OF CONGO

35 There are old pilots, and there are bold pilots, but there are no old, bold pilots USA

36 Old soldiers never die ENGLAND

37 Where paper speaks, beards are silent FRANCE

38 To grow is to see SOUTH AFRICA

39 Those who do not lie never grow up UGANDA

47 A TIME AND A PLACE

1 There’s a time and a place for everything ENGLAND

2 A good day is that in which to lay by cold porridge MALAWI

3 Although the river is broad there are times when boats collide CHINA

4 When the occasion comes, the proverb comes GHANA

5 Turn your tongue seven times before speaking FRANCE

6 Every time we laugh a nail is removed from our coffin ITALY

7 There is a time to squint, and a time to look straight SCOTLAND

8 Transgressions should never be forgiven a third time CHINA

9 Fall down seven times, get up eight JAPAN

10 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

11 It is not enough to run; one must start in time FRANCE

12 There’s no time like the present ENGLAND

48 SOMETIMES

1 A blind hen can sometimes find her corn FRANCE

2 The saddest dog sometimes wags its tail ENGLAND

3 Idle curiosity sometimes fills the mousetrap NETHERLANDS

4 The devil makes pots, but not always lids ITALY: SARDINIA

5 The dog on three legs ain’t always lame USA

6 Thunder-clouds do not always give rain ARMENIA

7 Pilgrims seldom come home saints GERMANY

8 Friends are lost by calling often and calling seldom SCOTLAND

9 Where they like you, do not go often SPAIN

10 Even the best smith sometimes hits his thumb NETHERLANDS

11 Two happy days are seldom brothers BULGARIA

12 Sometimes one must let turnips be pears GERMANY

13 Fools seldom differ ENGLAND

14 Not even a bell always rings the same way SERBIA

49 LASTING

1 What one writes remains NETHERLANDS

2 Accomplishments remain with oneself JAPAN

3 A contented mind is a continual feast ENGLAND

4 A cat may go to a monastery, but she still remains a cat ETHIOPIA

5 The more things change the more they remain the same FRANCE

6 Someone may learn and learn and yet remain a fool GREECE

7 Even if water flows in all directions, the sand will remain at the bottom GEORGIA

8 Rain which does not fall remains in the sky ITALY
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