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    He who climbs to high is near a fall.

    Source: Italian
    He who decries, wants to buy.

    Source: Italian
    He who demands does not command.

    Source: Italian
    He who does as he likes has no headache.

    Source: Italian
    He who does not when he can, cannot when he will.

    Source: Italian
    He who does the wrong forgets it, but not he who receives it.

    Source: Italian
    He who doth his own business defileth not his fingers.

    Source: Italian
    He who doth the injury never forgives the injured man.

    Source: Italian
    He who eats pears with his master should not choose the best.

    Source: Italian
    He who enjoys good health is rich, though he knows it not.

    Source: Italian
    He who esteems none but himself is as happy as a king.

    Source: Italian
    He who excuses, accuses himself.

    Source: Italian
    He who fails to plan, plans to fail.

    Source: Italian
    He who gives bread to others' dogs is often barked at by his own.

    Source: Italian
    He who gives fair words feeds you with an empty spoon.

    Source: Italian
    He who goes to the mill gets befloured.

    Source: Italian
    He who grasps too much holds nothing fast.

    Source: Italian
    He who guesses well prophesies well.

    Source: Italian
    He who has a bad name is half hanged.

    Source: Italian
    He who has a bad tongue should have good loins.

    Source: Italian
    He who has a good horse in his stable may go on foot.

    Source: Italian
    He who has a head won't want for a hat.

    Source: Italian
    He who has a mate has a master.

    Source: Italian
    He who has a mind to beat a dog will easily find a stick.

    Source: Italian
    He who has a straw tail is always in fear of its catching fire.

    Source: Italian
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