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    Wise Sayings


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    The dog that is quarrelsome and not strong, woe to his hide.

    Source: Italian
    The dog that licks ashes is not to be trusted with flour.

    Source: Italian
    The dog that means to bite don't bark.

    Source: Italian
    The dog that quits barking can get some sleep.

    Source: Italian
    The eagle does not war against frogs.

    Source: Italian
    The earth covers the errors of the physician.

    Source: Italian
    The election of the abbot is not stopped for want of a monk.

    Source: Italian
    The elephant does not feel a flea-bite.

    Source: Italian
    The end of the corsair is to drown.

    Source: Italian
    The end praises the work.

    Source: Italian
    The eye is blind if the mind is absent.

    Source: Italian
    The eye of the master fattens the horse.

    Source: Italian
    The fear of war is worse than war itself.

    Source: Italian
    The first at the mill grinds first.

    Source: Italian
    The first dish pleases every one.

    Source: Italian
    The flatterer's throat is an open sepulchre.

    Source: Italian
    The fly that bites the tortoise breaks its beak.

    Source: Italian
    The fool knows more in his own house than the sage in other men's.

    Source: Italian
    The fortress that parleys soon surrenders.

    Source: Italian
    The fox advised the others to cut off their tails, because he had left his own in the trap.

    Source: Italian
    The fox said the grapes were sour.

    Source: Italian
    The friendship of the great is fraternity with lions.

    Source: Italian
    The frog cannot out of her bog.

    Source: Italian
    The fugitive finds everything impede him.

    Source: Italian
    The full belly does not believe in hunger.

    Source: Italian
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