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    Wise Sayings


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    Plenty makes daintiness.

    Source: Italian
    Plenty of words when the cause is lost.

    Source: Italian
    Pluck the magpie, and don't make her scream.

    Source: Italian
    Pluck the rose and leave the thorns.

    Source: Italian
    Poison quells poison.

    Source: Italian
    Poor men do penance for rich men's sins.

    Source: Italian
    Poor men's money and cowards' weapons are often flourished.

    Source: Italian
    Poverty has no kin.

    Source: Italian
    Pride went out on horseback, and returned on foot.

    Source: Italian
    Priests, friars, nuns, and chickens never have enough.

    Source: Italian
    Princes have long arms.

    Source: Italian
    Proverbs bear age, and he who would do well may view himself in them as in a looking glass.

    Source: Italian
    Public money is like holy water, every one helps himself to it.

    Source: Italian
    Quick and well don't agree.

    Source: Italian
    Rather an ass that carries than a horse that throws.

    Source: Italian
    Rather hat in hand than hand in purse.

    Source: Italian
    Rather have a little one for your friend, than a great one for your enemy.

    Source: Italian
    Reason lies between bridle and spur.

    Source: Italian
    Reconciled friendship is a wound ill salved.

    Source: Italian
    Revenge a hundred years old has still its milk-teeth.

    Source: Italian
    Running water carries no poison.

    Source: Italian
    Save a thief from the gallows and he'll be the first who shall cut your throat.

    Source: Italian
    Save something for the man that rides on the white horse.

    Source: Italian
    Save us from our friends.

    Source: Italian
    Savings are the first gain.

    Source: Italian
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