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    He is not a man who cannot say no.

    Source: Italian
    He is not a thorough wise man who cannot play the fool on occasion.

    Source: Italian
    He is not a wise man who cannot play the fool on occasions.

    Source: Italian
    He is not an honest man who has burned his tongue and does not tell the company that the soup is hot.

    Source: Italian
    He is not free who drags his chain after him.

    Source: Italian
    He is not happy who knows it not.

    Source: Italian
    He is not poor that hath not much, but he that craves much.

    Source: Italian
    He is rich enough who does not want.

    Source: Italian
    He is the world's master who despises it, its slave who prizes it.

    Source: Italian
    He is very blind who cannot see the sun.

    Source: Italian
    He is washing the crow.

    Source: Italian
    He is well constituted who grieves not for what he has not, and rejoices for what he has.

    Source: Italian
    He is wise who learns at another's cost.

    Source: Italian
    He knows well where the thorn pricks him.

    Source: Italian
    He knows where the devil carries his tail.

    Source: Italian
    He knows where the devil has his tail.

    Source: Italian
    He laughs well who laughs last.

    Source: Italian
    He loves well who does not forget.

    Source: Italian
    He may lie safely who comes from afar.

    Source: Italian
    He measures others with his own yard.

    Source: Italian
    He must stoop that has a low door.

    Source: Italian
    He ought not to complain of the sea who returns to it a second time.

    Source: Italian
    He runs far who never turns.

    Source: Italian
    He saith little that loveth much.

    Source: Italian
    He sells the bird on the branch.

    Source: Italian
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