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"Stou koufou ti porta, oso thelies vroda." Translated - "On a
deaf man's door, knock all you want." This means that to someone that
is very stubborn and will not listen to anybody, one can try as hard
as one wants to make a point but the stubborn person will not
respond, just as a deaf man will not respond to the knock on his/her
door.

Where learned: GREECE

Subject headings: PROVERB -- Proverbial Metaphor

Date learned: 00001946CA

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