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    Wise Sayings


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    No one should take in an eating pawn (or pledge).

    Source: Italian
    No pear falls into a shut mouth.

    Source: Italian
    No sooner is the law made than its evasion is discovered.

    Source: Italian
    No wonder lasts more than three days.

    Source: Italian
    Not all are asleep who have their eyes shut.

    Source: Italian
    Not all that shakes falls.

    Source: Italian
    Not all words require an answer.

    Source: Italian
    Not every word requires an answer.

    Source: Italian
    Not everything that is bad comes to hurt us.

    Source: Italian
    Not everything which is bad comes to hurt us.

    Source: Italian
    Not having enough is like not having anything.

    Source: Italian
    Nothing can come out of a sack but what is in it.

    Source: Italian
    Nothing is difficult to a willing mind.

    Source: Italian
    Nothing is ever well done in a hurry, except flying from the plague or from quarrels, and catching fleas.

    Source: Italian
    Nothing is ill said if it is not ill taken.

    Source: Italian
    Nothing passes between asses but kicks.

    Source: Italian
    Of judgment every one has a stock on hand for sale.

    Source: Italian
    Of the great and of the dead either speak will or say nothing.

    Source: Italian
    Of this world each man has as much as he takes.

    Source: Italian
    Of three things the devil makes a salad: advocate's tongues, notaries' fingers, and a third that shall be nameless.
    Source: Italian
    Of two cowards, the one who finds the other out first has the advantage.

    Source: Italian
    Of two evils choose the less.

    Source: Italian
    Of what does not concern you say nothing, good or bad.

    Source: Italian
    Old birds are not caught with new nets.

    Source: Italian
    Old reckonings, new disputes.

    Source: Italian
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