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    God sends nothing but what can be borne.

    Source: Italian
    Gold does not buy everything.

    Source: Italian
    Good blood never lies.

    Source: Italian
    Good is good, but better beats it.

    Source: Italian
    Good or bad we must all live.

    Source: Italian
    Good repute is like the cypress: once cut, it never puts forth leaf again.

    Source: Italian
    Good riding at two anchors men have told, For it one break, the other yet may hold.

    Source: Italian
    Good ware was never dear.

    Source: Italian
    Good watch prevents misfortune.

    Source: Italian
    Good wine makes good blood.

    Source: Italian
    Grease to the wheels.

    Source: Italian
    Great cry and little wool, as the man said who shaved the sow.

    Source: Italian
    Great griefs are mute.

    Source: Italian
    Great smoke, little roast.

    Source: Italian
    Greater fools than they of Zago, who dunged the steeple to make it grow.

    Source: Italian
    Half a brain is enough for him who says little.

    Source: Italian
    Handsome is not what is handsome, but what pleases.

    Source: Italian
    Handsome women generally fall to the lot of ugly men.

    Source: Italian
    Happy is she who is in love with an old dotard.

    Source: Italian
    Happy is the bride that the sun shines on.

    Source: Italian
    Happy is the country which has no history.

    Source: Italian
    Hard is a new law imposed on old licence.

    Source: Italian
    Hard upon hard never made a good wall.

    Source: Italian
    Hard work never did anyone any harm.

    Source: Italian
    Hatred renewed is worse than at first.

    Source: Italian
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