Who Said Haste Makes Waste?

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The original person to say this said,'Haste makes waste, and waste makes want, and want makes strife between the good man and his wife.' It was firs recorded in the year 1575 and then. Who said this is not known. Benjamin Franklin said, 'Take time for all things: great haste makes great waste.' Currently today as of December 21, 2012 the term, 'Haste makes waste', is very common to use.
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