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    Fire is not quenched with fire.

    Source: Italian
    Flies don't light on a boiling pot.

    Source: Italian
    Flies flock to the lean horse.

    Source: Italian
    For a wife and a horse go to your neighbour.

    Source: Italian
    For an honest man half his wits are enough; the whole is too little for a knave.

    Source: Italian
    For extreme ills extreme remedies.

    Source: Italian
    For the buyer a hundred eyes are too few, for the seller one is enough.

    Source: Italian
    For the flying enemy a golden bridge.

    Source: Italian
    Forbidden fruit is sweetest.

    Source: Italian
    Fortune comes to him who strives for it.

    Source: Italian
    Fortune helps fools.

    Source: Italian
    Fortune, and go to sleep.

    Source: Italian
    Fortunes, heaven-born gifts.

    Source: Italian
    Friar Modest never was a prior.

    Source: Italian
    Friends in need are friends indeed.

    Source: Italian
    Friends may meet, but mountains never greet.

    Source: Italian
    Friends tie their purses with a spider's web.

    Source: Italian
    Friendship should be unpicked, not rent.

    Source: Italian
    Friendships are cheap when they can be brought by doffing the hat.

    Source: Italian
    Frightened at bugbears.

    Source: Italian
    From a bad paymaster take straw--i.e. any trifle.

    Source: Italian
    From saying to doing is a long way.

    Source: Italian
    From shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves in three generations.

    Source: Italian
    From snow whether cooked or pounded you will get nothing but water.

    Source: Italian
    From still water God keep me; from running water I will keep myself.

    Source: Italian
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