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    Wise Sayings


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    Many are brave when the enemy flies.

    Source: Italian
    Many are called but few are chosen.

    Source: Italian
    Many desire the tree who pretend to refuse the fruit.

    Source: Italian
    Many return from the war who cannot give an account of the battle.

    Source: Italian
    Many scruple to spit in church, and afterwards defile the altar.

    Source: Italian
    Many stop their noses at ambergris.

    Source: Italian
    Marriages are not as they are made, but as they turn out.

    Source: Italian
    Masters' hints are commands.

    Source: Italian
    Measure three times and cut once.

    Source: Italian
    Men after the modern fashion, and asses after the ancient.

    Source: Italian
    Men are as old as they fell, and women as they look.

    Source: Italian
    Men make wealth, and women preserve it.

    Source: Italian
    Money and friendship break the arms of justice.

    Source: Italian
    Money is an epitome of human power.

    Source: Italian
    Money is money's brother.

    Source: Italian
    Money is round, and rolls.

    Source: Italian
    More unlucky than dogs in church.

    Source: Italian
    Mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, storm and hail.

    Source: Italian
    Mouth shut and eyes open.

    Source: Italian
    Much smoke, and little roast.

    Source: Italian
    Much water passes by the mill that the miller perceives not.

    Source: Italian
    Muddy water won't do for a mirror.

    Source: Italian
    My No is as good as your Yes.

    Source: Italian
    Near is my petticoat but nearer is my smock.

    Source: Italian
    Near is my shirt, but nearer is my skin.

    Source: Italian
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