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    One living pope is better than ten dead.

    Source: Italian
    One may have good eyes and see nothing.

    Source: Italian
    One never wept but another laughed.

    Source: Italian
    One pair of ears would exhaust a hundred tongues.

    Source: Italian
    One scabby sheep spoils a flock.

    Source: Italian
    One should learn to sail in all winds.

    Source: Italian
    One starts the hare, another catches it.

    Source: Italian
    One who speaks fair words feeds you with an empty spoon.

    Source: Italian
    One who walks in another's tracks leaves no footprints.

    Source: Italian
    One who wants to keep their yard tidy does not reserve a plot for the weeds.

    Source: Italian
    One with the courage to laugh is master of the world almost as much as the person ready to die.

    Source: Italian
    One word brings on another.

    Source: Italian
    One would not be alone in Paradise.

    Source: Italian
    One's own spurs and another's horse make the miles short.

    Source: Italian
    Open thy mouth that I may know thee.

    Source: Italian
    Others' bread has seven crusts.

    Source: Italian
    Others' bread is too salt.

    Source: Italian
    Out of a great evil often comes a great good.

    Source: Italian
    Out of a white egg often comes a black chick.

    Source: Italian
    Out of debt, out of danger.

    Source: Italian
    Paper does not blush.

    Source: Italian
    Patience! said the wolf to the ass.

    Source: Italian
    Pay beforehand was never well served.

    Source: Italian
    Peel a fig for your friend, a peach for your enemy.

    Source: Italian
    Penny and penny laid up will be many.

    Source: Italian
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