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    The tail is always the hardest part to flay.

    Source: Italian
    The talkers sows, the listener reaps.

    Source: Italian
    The tender surgeon makes the wound gangrene.

    Source: Italian
    The thief is frightened even by a mouse.

    Source: Italian
    The thief's wife does not always laugh.

    Source: Italian
    The tree is not felled at one blow.

    Source: Italian
    The tree is not to be judged of by its bark.

    Source: Italian
    The Trojans were wise too late.

    Source: Italian
    The unfortunate know who are their real friends.

    Source: Italian
    The venom is in the tail.

    Source: Italian
    The virtue of parents is in itself a great legacy.

    Source: Italian
    The virtue of silence is a great piece of knowledge.

    Source: Italian
    The water breaks out where it is not expected.

    Source: Italian
    The well-fed man does not believe in hunger.

    Source: Italian
    The white coat does not make the miller.

    Source: Italian
    The whole hog or none.

    Source: Italian
    The whole ocean is made up of single drops.

    Source: Italian
    The wicked even hate vice in others.

    Source: Italian
    The wolf bemoans the sheep, and then eats it.

    Source: Italian
    The wolf is always left out of the reckoning.

    Source: Italian
    The wolf is always said to be bigger than he is.

    Source: Italian
    The wolf is always said to be more terrible than he is.

    Source: Italian
    The wolf is not always a wolf.

    Source: Italian
    The woman who gives is seldom good; the woman who accepts is in the power of the giver.

    Source: Italian
    The world belongs to the phlegmatic.

    Source: Italian
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