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    Wise Sayings


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    Near the church far from God.

    Source: Italian
    Necessity and opportunity may make a coward valiant.

    Source: Italian
    Necessity becomes will.

    Source: Italian
    Neither women nor linen by candlelight.

    Source: Italian
    Never do evil that good may come of it.

    Source: Italian
    Never heed the colour of a gift horse.

    Source: Italian
    Never is a long time.

    Source: Italian
    Never judge a book by its cover.

    Source: Italian
    Never let the bottom of your purse or of your mind be seen.

    Source: Italian
    Never let the sun go down on your anger.

    Source: Italian
    Never spur a willing horse.

    Source: Italian
    Never was a mewing cat a good mouser.

    Source: Italian
    No comforter's head ever aches.

    Source: Italian
    No day but has its evening.

    Source: Italian
    No day in which you learn something is a complete loss.

    Source: Italian
    No good doctor ever takes physic.

    Source: Italian
    No good lawyer ever goes to law himself.

    Source: Italian
    No good thing is failure and no evil thing success.

    Source: Italian
    No meat ever remains in the shambles however bad it may be.

    Source: Italian
    No need to say "trot" to a good horse.

    Source: Italian
    No one ever became poor through giving alms.

    Source: Italian
    No one ever kicks a dead dog.

    Source: Italian
    No one ever repented of having held his tongue.

    Source: Italian
    No one likes justice brought home to his own door.

    Source: Italian
    No one perceives where the shoe pinches but he who wears it.

    Source: Italian
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