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    Wise Sayings


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    Large trees give more shade than fruit.

    Source: Italian
    Lasses and glasses are always in danger.

    Source: Italian
    Laughter makes good blood.

    Source: Italian
    Laws were made for rogues.

    Source: Italian
    Lawyers' robes are lined with the obstinacy of suitors.

    Source: Italian
    Lay it on thick and some of it will stick.

    Source: Italian
    Lay on more wood; ashes give money.

    Source: Italian
    Leave no nail unclenched.

    Source: Italian
    Lent, which seems so long, is short at other men's tables.

    Source: Italian
    Let every fox take care of his own tail.

    Source: Italian
    Let every one keep off the flies with his own tail.

    Source: Italian
    Let him not be a lover who has not courage.

    Source: Italian
    Let him who is well off stay where he is.

    Source: Italian
    Let not you shirt know your secret.

    Source: Italian
    Let not your shirt know all your thoughts.

    Source: Italian
    Let the injurer not forget.

    Source: Italian
    Let us first catch the bear and then sell its skin.

    Source: Italian
    Let us have florins and we shall find cousins.

    Source: Italian
    Let well alone.

    Source: Italian
    Like lips, like lettuce.

    Source: Italian
    Like saint like offering.

    Source: Italian
    Like well like bucket.

    Source: Italian
    Like will to like, as the devil said to the collier.

    Source: Italian
    Lip courtesy pleases much and costs little.

    Source: Italian
    Little children and headaches, great children and heartaches.

    Source: Italian
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