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    Wise Sayings


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    The full cask makes no noise.

    Source: Italian
    The gardener's dog does not eat lettuce and will not let others eat it.

    Source: Italian
    The golden key opens every door.

    Source: Italian
    The good seaman is known in bad weather.

    Source: Italian
    The good shepherd shears, not flays.

    Source: Italian
    The good time comes but once.

    Source: Italian
    The gown does not make the friar.

    Source: Italian
    The hardest step is that over the threshold.

    Source: Italian
    The healthy die first.

    Source: Italian
    The heart does not think all the mouth says.

    Source: Italian
    The house completed, possession defeated.

    Source: Italian
    The injurer never forgets.

    Source: Italian
    The Italianised Englishman is a devil incarnate.

    Source: Italian
    The Italians are wise before the act, the Germans in the act, the French after the act.

    Source: Italian
    The just man may sin with an open chest of gold before him.

    Source: Italian
    The kick of a mare never hurt a colt.

    Source: Italian
    The last comer shuts the door.

    Source: Italian
    The later comer is ill lodged.

    Source: Italian
    The lazy pig does not eat ripe pears.

    Source: Italian
    The liar is not believed when he speaks the truth.

    Source: Italian
    The light is painful to sore eyes.

    Source: Italian
    The lion and the lamb shall lie down together, but the lamb won't get much sleep.

    Source: Italian
    The lion had need of the mouse.

    Source: Italian
    The lion is known by his claws.

    Source: Italian
    The lives of doctors, the souls of priests, and the property of lawyers, are in great danger.

    Source: Italian
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