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    Wise Sayings


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    A gift long expected is sold, not given.

    Source: Italian
    A gift long waited for is sold, not given.

    Source: Italian
    A gift with a kind countenance is a double present.

    Source: Italian
    A gold key opens every door.

    Source: Italian
    A gold ring does not cure a felon.

    Source: Italian
    A good anvil does not fear the hammer.

    Source: Italian
    A good appetite does not want sauce.

    Source: Italian
    A good cavalier never lacks a lance.

    Source: Italian
    A good horse and a bad horse need the spur; a good woman and a bad woman need the stick.

    Source: Italian
    A good horse cannot be of a bad color.

    Source: Italian
    A good horse never lacks a saddle.

    Source: Italian
    A good paymaster does not hesitate to give good security.

    Source: Italian
    A good thing lost is valued.

    Source: Italian
    A greased mouth cannot say no.

    Source: Italian
    A great church and little devotion.

    Source: Italian
    A great liar has need of good memory.

    Source: Italian
    A great man will not trample on a worm, nor sneak to an emperor.

    Source: Italian
    A hair of the dog cures the bite.

    Source: Italian
    A happy heart is better than a full purse.

    Source: Italian
    A heavy shower is soon over.

    Source: Italian
    A horse falls though he has four legs.

    Source: Italian
    A horse grown fat kicks.

    Source: Italian
    A hundred years cannot repair a moment's loss of honour.

    Source: Italian
    A hungry ass eats any straw.

    Source: Italian
    A hungry dog does not fear the stick.

    Source: Italian
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