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    He that shows his money shows his judgment.

    Source: Italian
    He that shows his passion, tells his enemy where he may hit him.

    Source: Italian
    He that stands may fall.

    Source: Italian
    He that wants should not be bashful.

    Source: Italian
    He that will not strive in this world should not have come into it.

    Source: Italian
    He that would be ill served should keep plenty of servants.

    Source: Italian
    He that would beat his dog can easily find a stick.

    Source: Italian
    He that would have a thing done quickly and well must do it himself.

    Source: Italian
    He that would have eggs must endure the cackling of hens.

    Source: Italian
    He that would have the fruit, must climb the tree.

    Source: Italian
    He that would heal a wound must not handle it.

    Source: Italian
    He wastes his tears who weeps before the judge.

    Source: Italian
    He who begins ill finishes worse.

    Source: Italian
    He who begins many things finishes few.

    Source: Italian
    He who blows dust fills his eyes with it.

    Source: Italian
    He who builds a house in the market-place, builds either too high or too low.

    Source: Italian
    He who builds by the roadside has many surveyors.

    Source: Italian
    He who builds on another's ground loses his stone and mortar.

    Source: Italian
    He who buys betimes buys cheaply.

    Source: Italian
    He who buys by the pennyworth keeps his own house and other men's too.

    Source: Italian
    He who buys the broom can also buy the handle.

    Source: Italian
    He who buys what he cannot pay for, sells what he would rather not.

    Source: Italian
    He who can wait obtains what he wishes.

    Source: Italian
    He who cannot revenge himself is weak, he who will not is contemptible.

    Source: Italian
    He who chastises one threatens a hundred.

    Source: Italian
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