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    Softly, barber, the water scalds.

    Source: Italian
    Softly, don't raise a dust.

    Source: Italian
    Softly, softly, catchee monkey.

    Source: Italian
    Some many heads, so many brains.

    Source: Italian
    Some sing who are not merry.

    Source: Italian
    Some who just tell tales of themselves.

    Source: Italian
    Sometimes an egg is given for an ox.

    Source: Italian
    Sometimes it is better to give your apple away, than to eat it yourself.

    Source: Italian
    Sometimes the lees are better than the wine.

    Source: Italian
    Soon crooks the tree That good gambrel would be.

    Source: Italian
    Speak of the devil and he appears.

    Source: Italian
    Speak well of your friend; of your enemy neither well nor ill.

    Source: Italian
    Speak when you are spoken to.

    Source: Italian
    St. Francis shaved himself first, and then he shaved his brethren.

    Source: Italian
    Starlings are lean because they go in flocks.

    Source: Italian
    Step by step one goes to Rome.

    Source: Italian
    Still water breeds vermin.

    Source: Italian
    Stones or bread, one must have something in hand for the dogs.

    Source: Italian
    Strength avails not a coward.

    Source: Italian
    Stretch your arm no further than your sleeve will reach.

    Source: Italian
    Strong is the vinegar of sweet wine.

    Source: Italian
    Sweet meat requires sour sauce.

    Source: Italian
    Take care you don't let your tail be caught in the door.

    Source: Italian
    The dog that bites does not bark in vain.

    Source: Italian
    The dog that has been beaten with a stick is afraid of its shadow.

    Source: Italian
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