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    In the war of love who flies conquers.

    Source: Italian
    In war time there is pay for every horse.

    Source: Italian
    Injurious is the gift that takes away freedom.

    Source: Italian
    Injury is to be measured by malice.

    Source: Italian
    It is a bad game where nobody wins.

    Source: Italian
    It is a bad thing to be a knave, but worse to be known for one.

    Source: Italian
    It is a bad thing to be poor, and seem poor.

    Source: Italian
    It is a good answer which knows when to stop.

    Source: Italian
    It is a good file that cuts iron without making a noise.

    Source: Italian
    It is a good horse that never stumbles, And a good wife that never grumbles.

    Source: Italian
    It is a sorry house where the hens crow and the cock is silent.

    Source: Italian
    It is all one whether you die of sickness or of love.

    Source: Italian
    It is always good to have two strings to your bow.

    Source: Italian
    It is better to have a husband without love than jealous.

    Source: Italian
    It is better to hear the nightingale sing than the mouse gnaw.

    Source: Italian
    It is better to irritate a dog than an old woman.

    Source: Italian
    It is better to leave than to lack.

    Source: Italian
    It is easy robbing when the dog is quieted.

    Source: Italian
    It is easy to give advice when all goes well.

    Source: Italian
    It is easy to preach fasting with a fully belly.

    Source: Italian
    It is easy to threaten a bull from a window.

    Source: Italian
    It is good living under the shadow of the belfry.

    Source: Italian
    It is good to buy when another wants to sell.

    Source: Italian
    It is good to have friends everywhere.

    Source: Italian
    It is good to hold the clothes of one who is swimming.

    Source: Italian
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