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    He sets the wolf to guard the sheep.

    Source: Italian
    He takes out a nail and puts in a pin.

    Source: Italian
    He that at twenty is not, at thirty knows not, and at forty has not, will never be, nor ever know, nor ever have.

    Source: Italian
    He that buys the office of magistrate must of necessity sell justice.

    Source: Italian
    He that by the plough would thrive, Himself must either hold or drive.

    Source: Italian
    He that exceeds his commission must answer for it at his own cost.

    Source: Italian
    He that has a head of glass must not throw stones at another.

    Source: Italian
    He that has but one pig easily fattens it.

    Source: Italian
    He that has swallowed the devil may swallow his horns.

    Source: Italian
    He that is afraid of the devil does not grow rich.

    Source: Italian
    He that is always right is always wrong.

    Source: Italian
    He that is drowning shouts though he be not heard.

    Source: Italian
    He that is drunk is gone from home.

    Source: Italian
    He that is good for something is the ass of the public.

    Source: Italian
    He that is in fault is in suspicion.

    Source: Italian
    He that is kinder than he was wont hath a design upon thee.

    Source: Italian
    He that jokes, confesses.

    Source: Italian
    He that keepeth his mouth keepeth his life; but he that openeth wide his lips shall have destruction.

    Source: Italian
    He that keeps another man's dog shall have nothing left him but the line.

    Source: Italian
    He that makes himself dirt is trod on by the swine.

    Source: Italian
    He that never fails never grows rich.

    Source: Italian
    He that paints a flower does not give it perfume.

    Source: Italian
    He that passeth by, and meddleth with strife belonging not to him, is like one that taketh a dog by the ears.

    Source: Italian
    He that seeks to have many friends never has any.

    Source: Italian
    He that seeks, finds, and sometimes what he would rather not.

    Source: Italian
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