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    Wise Sayings


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    By lamplight every country wench seems handsome.

    Source: Italian
    By night all cats are black.

    Source: Italian
    By their marks the bales are known.

    Source: Italian
    Cap in hand never did any harm.

    Source: Italian
    Chastise the good and he will mend, chastise the bad and he will grow worse.

    Source: Italian
    Choose neither a lover nor linen by candlelight.

    Source: Italian
    Christmas comes but once a year.

    Source: Italian
    Conscience is as good as a thousand witnesses.

    Source: Italian
    Conscience is the chamber of justice.

    Source: Italian
    Conscience makes cowards of us all.

    Source: Italian
    Consolation, for the condemned, is to be one of many.

    Source: Italian
    Corsairs against corsairs, there is nothing to win but empty barrels.

    Source: Italian
    Counsel is nothing against love.

    Source: Italian
    Cowards' weapons neither cut nor pierce.

    Source: Italian
    Credit is dead, bad pay killed it.

    Source: Italian
    Credit lost is like a broken looking-glass.

    Source: Italian
    Crimes may be secret, yet not secure.

    Source: Italian
    Criminals are punished, that others may be amended.

    Source: Italian
    Criticizing another's garden doesn't keep the weeds out of your own.

    Source: Italian
    Crooked by nature is never made straight by education.

    Source: Italian
    Cunning men's cloaks sometimes fall.

    Source: Italian
    Curses are like processions: they return to whence they set out.

    Source: Italian
    Cut off the dog's tail, he remains a dog.

    Source: Italian
    Dearth foreseen never came.

    Source: Italian
    Delays are dangerous.

    Source: Italian
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