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    He who tells his own affairs will hardly keep secret those of others.

    Source: Italian
    He who throws away money with his hands will seek it with his feet.

    Source: Italian
    He who touches pitch defiles himself.

    Source: Italian
    He who wants his dog killed has only to say he's mad.

    Source: Italian
    He who wants milk should not sit in the middle of a field and wait for a cow to back up to him.

    Source: Italian
    He who will not serve one master must needs serve many.

    Source: Italian
    He who would be long an old man must begin betimes.

    Source: Italian
    He who would be rich in a year gets hanged in six months.

    Source: Italian
    He who would enjoy the feast should fast on the eve.

    Source: Italian
    He who would have clear water should go to the fountain head.

    Source: Italian
    He who would relish his food must not see it cooked.

    Source: Italian
    He who would rest must work.

    Source: Italian
    He who would stop every man's mouth must have a great deal of meal.

    Source: Italian
    He would be a good one to send for death.

    Source: Italian
    He would break his neck against a straw.

    Source: Italian
    He would drown in a spoonful of water.

    Source: Italian
    He would not give the devil a knife to cut his throat.

    Source: Italian
    He would sell even his share of the sun.

    Source: Italian
    He would skin a flint.

    Source: Italian
    He would slaughter a bug to drink its blood.

    Source: Italian
    He's a friend at sneezing-time--the most that can be got from him is a "God bless you."

    Source: Italian
    He's a wise man that leads passion by the bridle.

    Source: Italian
    He's an ill cook that cannot lick his own fingers.

    Source: Italian
    Health without money is a half-malady.

    Source: Italian
    Hear the other side, and believe little.

    Source: Italian
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