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    The longest way round is the shortest way home.

    Source: Italian
    The loquacity of fools is a lecture to the wise.

    Source: Italian
    The man who lives only by hope will die with despair.

    Source: Italian
    The man who loves is easy of belief.

    Source: Italian
    The man who never makes a mistake always takes orders from one who does.

    Source: Italian
    The mill does not grind without water.

    Source: Italian
    The moon does not heed the baying of dogs.

    Source: Italian
    The more the fox is cursed, the more prey he catches.

    Source: Italian
    The more the merrier.

    Source: Italian
    The more you stroke the cat's back the more set sets up her tail.

    Source: Italian
    The most prudent yields to the strongest.

    Source: Italian
    The moth does most mischief to the finest garment.

    Source: Italian
    The mountains are in labour, and bring forth a mouse.

    Source: Italian
    The myrtle is always a myrtle, though it be among nettles.

    Source: Italian
    The pan says to the pot: Keep off, or you'll smutch me.

    Source: Italian
    The pitcher that goes often to the fountain leaves there either its handle or its spout.

    Source: Italian
    The point of the thorn is small, but hw who has felt it does not forget it.

    Source: Italian
    The poison of asps is under their lips.

    Source: Italian
    The poor is hated by his neighbour, but the rich hath many friends.

    Source: Italian
    The pope and a peasant know more than the pope together.

    Source: Italian
    The priest errs at the altar.

    Source: Italian
    The rich never have to seek out their relatives.

    Source: Italian
    The right hand is slave to the left.

    Source: Italian
    The right man comes at the right time.

    Source: Italian
    The river does not swell with clear water.

    Source: Italian
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