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    Have luck, and sleep.

    Source: Italian
    Have not all your eggs in one nest.

    Source: Italian
    Have two strings to your bow.

    Source: Italian
    He begins to grow bad who believes himself good.

    Source: Italian
    He cannot lead a good life who serves without wages.

    Source: Italian
    He cries out before he is hurt.

    Source: Italian
    He cries wine, and sells vinegar.

    Source: Italian
    He devil is not so ugly as he is painted.

    Source: Italian
    He devil tempts all, but the idle man tempts the devil.

    Source: Italian
    He gains much who loses a vain hope.

    Source: Italian
    He got out of the mud and fell into the river.

    Source: Italian
    He hangs the May-branch at every door. (Alluding to the Italian custom of young men hanging out May-branches overnight before the door of their mistress.

    Source: Italian
    He has done like the Perugian who, when his head was broken, ran home for his helmet.

    Source: Italian
    He hauls at a long rope who expects another's death.

    Source: Italian
    He is a fool who boasts of four things: that he has good wine, a good horse, a handsome wife, and plenty of money.

    Source: Italian
    He is a fool who does not know from what quarter the wind blows.

    Source: Italian
    He is a fool who loses the flight for the leap.

    Source: Italian
    He is a very sorry barber who has but one comb.

    Source: Italian
    He is in no place who is everywhere.

    Source: Italian
    He is in search of a ram with five feet.

    Source: Italian
    He is like the anchor that is always in the sea, yet does not learn to swim.

    Source: Italian
    He is master of another man's life who is indifferent to his own.

    Source: Italian
    He is miserable indeed that must lock up his miseries.

    Source: Italian
    He is miserable once, who feels it; but twice, who fear it before it comes.

    Source: Italian
    He is not a good mason who refuses any stone.

    Source: Italian
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