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    #1

    "He that lacks a tool can't give out."



    "He that lacks a tool can't give out", "One can't give what one has not" and
    "You cannot give what you donít have" have the same meaning, haven't they?

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    #2

    Re: "He that lacks a tool can't give out."

    The first makes no sense. The second and third do mean the same thing. The third is the most natural.

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