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    Things are not as they are, but as they are regarded.

    Source: Italian
    Think much, speak little and write less.

    Source: Italian
    Thirst comes from drinking.

    Source: Italian
    Those who sleep with dogs will rise with fleas.

    Source: Italian
    Though a lie be swift, truth overtakes it.

    Source: Italian
    Though the fox runs, the pullets have wings.

    Source: Italian
    Threats are arms for the threatened.

    Source: Italian
    Three know it, all know it.

    Source: Italian
    Three may keep a secret, if two of them are dead.

    Source: Italian
    Three things drive a man out of doors: smoke, dropping water, and a shrew.

    Source: Italian
    Through being too knowing the fox lost his tail.

    Source: Italian
    Tie me hand and foot and throw me among my own people.

    Source: Italian
    Tied to the sowre apple-tree.

    Source: Italian
    Time is an inaudible file.

    Source: Italian
    \'Tis a silly sheep that confesses to the wolf.

    Source: Italian
    'Tis good feasting in other men's houses.

    Source: Italian
    To a crazy ship every wind is contrary.

    Source: Italian
    To a quick question give a slow answer.

    Source: Italian
    To a young heart everything is sport.

    Source: Italian
    To become rich in this world, it needs only to turn one's back on God.

    Source: Italian
    To censure princes is perilous, and to praise them is lying.

    Source: Italian
    To every saint his torch.

    Source: Italian
    To expect what never comes, to lie in bed and not sleep, to serve well and not be advanced, are three things to die of.

    Source: Italian
    To fall out of the frying-pan into the fire.

    Source: Italian
    To go safely through the world you must have the eye of a falcon, the ear of an ass, the face of an ape, the mouth of a pig, the shoulders of a camel, and the legs of a deer.

    Source: Italian
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