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    Say what we will, do what we will, the boat goes but sorrily without oars.

    Source: Italian
    Saying is one thing, doing another.

    Source: Italian
    Second thoughts are best.

    Source: Italian
    Secrecy is the beginning of tyranny.

    Source: Italian
    See Naples and then die.

    Source: Italian
    See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil.

    Source: Italian
    Seeing is believing.

    Source: Italian
    Seldom seen soon forgotten.

    Source: Italian
    Self exaltation is the fool's paradise.

    Source: Italian
    Sell me dear, and measure me fair.

    Source: Italian
    Sell not the bear's skin before you have caught him.

    Source: Italian
    Service is not inheritance.

    Source: Italian
    She who is born a beauty is born betrothed.

    Source: Italian
    Silence was never written down.

    Source: Italian
    Since the house is on fire I will warm myself at the blaze.

    Source: Italian
    Six feet of earth make us all equal.

    Source: Italian
    Six hours sleep for a man, seven for a woman, and eight for a fool.

    Source: Italian
    Six of one, and half a dozen of the other.

    Source: Italian
    Skill or fortune will efface the spots.

    Source: Italian
    Small rain lays a great wind.

    Source: Italian
    Small rain lays great dust.

    Source: Italian
    Smooth words do not flay the tongue.

    Source: Italian
    Smooth words make smooth ways.

    Source: Italian
    Snapping curs never want sore ears.

    Source: Italian
    So good that he is good for nothing.

    Source: Italian
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