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    The world is for him who has patience.

    Source: Italian
    The world is governed with little brains.

    Source: Italian
    The world is like a staircase; some go up, others go down.

    Source: Italian
    The world wags on with three things: doing, undoing, and pretending.

    Source: Italian
    The worst pig gets the best pear.

    Source: Italian
    The worst pig often gets the best pear.

    Source: Italian
    The wrong-doer never lacks excuses.

    Source: Italian
    There are good and bad everywhere.

    Source: Italian
    There are many roads to Rome.

    Source: Italian
    There are more asses than carry sacks.

    Source: Italian
    There are more thieves than gibbets.

    Source: Italian
    There are more threatened than slain.

    Source: Italian
    There are more ways to the wood than one.

    Source: Italian
    There are no birds in last year\'s nest.

    Source: Italian
    There are some who despise pride with a greater pride.

    Source: Italian
    There are some who see ill, and would like to see worse.

    Source: Italian
    There are tricks in all trades.

    Source: Italian
    There are tricks in every trade.

    Source: Italian
    There goes more than one ass to market.

    Source: Italian
    There goes more to marriage than four bare legs in a bed.

    Source: Italian
    There is a cause for all things.

    Source: Italian
    There is little peace in that house where the hen crows and the cock is mute.

    Source: Italian
    There is never a cry of "Wolf!" but the wolf is in the district.

    Source: Italian
    There is never enmity between the cook and the butler.

    Source: Italian
    There is never enough where nought is left.

    Source: Italian
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