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Безопасность прежде всего.	Safety first.

Alphabetical list of Russian proverbs and sayings with English equivalents and literal translation. Russian proverbs, sayings, idioms and quotes will help you to better understand Russian culture, people and history.

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A wolf's legs feed him (Effort is necessary) - Russian maxim .Top 20 Russian Idioms, Proverbs & Sayings.

Why Do #Russians  #Never  #Smile?  It’s just that grinning without cause is not a skill Russians possess or feel compelled to cultivate. There’s even a Russian proverb that translates, roughly, to “laughing for no reason is a sign of stupidity.”  Smiling is a sign of certainty and confidence, so when people in those countries smile, they might seem odd. Why would you smile when fate is an invisible wolf waiting to shred you? You might, in those “low-UA” countries, even be considered stupid…

The Countries Where Smiling Makes You Look Dumb