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    Hedges have no eyes, but they have ears.

    Source: Italian
    Hell and Chancery are always open.

    Source: Italian
    Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

    Source: Italian
    Hell is crowded with ungrateful wretches.

    Source: Italian
    Hide not the truth from your confessor, your doctor, or your lawyer.

    Source: Italian
    High birth is a poor dish on the table.

    Source: Italian
    Home, dear home, small as thou art, to me thou art a palace.

    Source: Italian
    Homer sometimes nods.

    Source: Italian
    Honest men marry soon, wise men never.

    Source: Italian
    Hour by hour time departs.

    Source: Italian
    How can the cat help it if the maid be a fool?

    Source: Italian
    Hunger transmutes beans into almonds.

    Source: Italian
    I being satisfied, the world is satisfied.

    Source: Italian
    I saw you at Lucca, I knew you at Pisa.

    Source: Italian
    I speak to you, daughter; hear it daughter-in-law.

    Source: Italian
    I too can lead the geese to water when it rains.

    Source: Italian
    I will do what I can, and a little less, to be able to continue at it.

    Source: Italian
    If I have lost the ring I still have the fingers.

    Source: Italian
    If I sleep, I sleep for myself; if I work, I know not for whom.

    Source: Italian
    If I went to sea I should find it dry.

    Source: Italian
    If it rained maccaroni, what a fine time for gluttons!

    Source: Italian
    If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, looks like a duck, it must be a duck.

    Source: Italian
    If it were not for hope, the heart would break.

    Source: Italian
    If it were not for the belly, the back might wear gold.

    Source: Italian
    If it's not one thing, it's another.

    Source: Italian
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