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    Wise Sayings


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    A jade eats as much as a good horse.

    Source: Italian
    A kitchen dog never was good for the chase.

    Source: Italian
    A lean horse does not kick.

    Source: Italian
    A little gall make a great deal of honey bitter.

    Source: Italian
    A little man often casts a long shadow.

    Source: Italian
    A little stone overturns a great cart.

    Source: Italian
    A little stream drives a great mill.

    Source: Italian
    A little truth makes the whole lie pass.

    Source: Italian
    A living ass is better than a dead doctor.

    Source: Italian
    A living dog is been than a dead lion.

    Source: Italian
    A lover's anger is short-lived.

    Source: Italian
    A loving man, a jealous man.

    Source: Italian
    A mad parish, a mad priest.

    Source: Italian
    A man of straw needs a woman of gold.

    Source: Italian
    A man of words and not of deeds Is like a garden full of weeds.

    Source: Italian
    A man should learn to sail in all winds.

    Source: Italian
    A man's own opinion is never wrong.

    Source: Italian
    A market is three women and a goose.

    Source: Italian
    A married man is a caged bird.

    Source: Italian
    A meal without wine is like a day without sunshine.

    Source: Italian
    A mild sheep is suck by every lamb.

    Source: Italian
    A mill and a wife are always in want of something.

    Source: Italian
    A mill cannot grind with the water that is past.

    Source: Italian
    A mischievous dog must be tied short.

    Source: Italian
    A misfortune and a friar seldom go alone.

    Source: Italian
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