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    He who knows nothing knows enough, if he knows how to be silent.

    Source: Italian
    He who knows nothing never doubts.

    Source: Italian
    He who knows the road can ride full trot.

    Source: Italian
    He who laughs overmuch may have an aching heart.

    Source: Italian
    He who lets the goat be laid on his shoulders is soon after forced to carry the cow.

    Source: Italian
    He who likes drinking is always talking of wine.

    Source: Italian
    He who lives among wolves learns to howl.

    Source: Italian
    He who looks on has two-thirds of the game.

    Source: Italian
    He who loses is always in fault.

    Source: Italian
    He who makes himself a dove is eaten by the hawk.

    Source: Italian
    He who makes himself a servant is expected to remain a servant.

    Source: Italian
    He who praises himself befouls himself.

    Source: Italian
    He who risks nothing can gain nothing.

    Source: Italian
    He who says nothing never lies.

    Source: Italian
    He who serves the public has a sorry master.

    Source: Italian
    He who serves two masters must lie to one of them.

    Source: Italian
    He who sings drives away sorrow.

    Source: Italian
    He who sleeps catches no fish.

    Source: Italian
    He who sleeps well does not feel the fleas.

    Source: Italian
    He who succeeds is reputed wise.

    Source: Italian
    He who sups with the devil must have a long spoon.

    Source: Italian
    He who sups with the Devil should have a long spoon.

    Source: Italian
    He who suspects is seldom at fault.

    Source: Italian
    He who swears is a liar.

    Source: Italian
    He who sweats more in peace, bleeds less in war.

    Source: Italian
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