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    From the same flower the bee extracts honey and the wasp gall.

    Source: Italian
    From those I trust God guard me, from those I mistrust I will guard myself.

    Source: Italian
    Gifts are often losses.

    Source: Italian
    Give a clown your finger he'll grasp your fist.

    Source: Italian
    Give a dog an ill name, and you may as well hang him.

    Source: Italian
    Give the priest drink, for the clerk is thirsty.

    Source: Italian
    Give the wise man a hint and leave him to act.

    Source: Italian
    Give time time.

    Source: Italian
    Give to him that has.

    Source: Italian
    Giving is fishing.

    Source: Italian
    Glowworms are not lanterns.

    Source: Italian
    Gluttony kills more than the sword.

    Source: Italian
    Gnaw the bone which is fallen to thy lot.

    Source: Italian
    Go abroad and you'll hear news of home.

    Source: Italian
    Go softly at bad bits of road.

    Source: Italian
    Go to the sea if you would fish well.

    Source: Italian
    God gives a curst one short horns.

    Source: Italian
    God heals and the doctor has the thanks.

    Source: Italian
    God keep me from my friends, from my enemies I will keep myself.

    Source: Italian
    God preserve you from one who eats without drinking.

    Source: Italian
    God save me from him who has but one occupation.

    Source: Italian
    God save me from him who studies but one book.

    Source: Italian
    God save me from one who does not drink.

    Source: Italian
    God save you from a bad neighbour, and from a beginner on the fiddle.

    Source: Italian
    God sends cold according to the clothes.

    Source: Italian
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