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    To have "Heard say" is half a lie.

    Source: Italian
    To have eye one on the cat and another on the frying-pan.

    Source: Italian
    To have luck needs little wit.

    Source: Italian
    To him who can take what thou hast, give what he asks.

    Source: Italian
    To him who gives you a pig you may well give a rasher.

    Source: Italian
    To him who is determined it remains only to act.

    Source: Italian
    To him who watches, everything reveals itself.

    Source: Italian
    To know everything is to know nothing.

    Source: Italian
    To make the cart go you must grease the wheels.

    Source: Italian
    To preserve friendship one must build walls.

    Source: Italian
    To promise and give nothing is comfort for a fool.

    Source: Italian
    To protest and knock one's head against the wall is what everybody can do.

    Source: Italian
    To the fallen tree, hatchets! hatchets!

    Source: Italian
    To whom you tell your secret you surrender your freedom.

    Source: Italian
    Translators, traitors.

    Source: Italian
    Travel broadens the mind.

    Source: Italian
    True love never grows old.

    Source: Italian
    Trust was a good man; Trust-not was a better.

    Source: Italian
    Two cocks in one yard do not agree.

    Source: Italian
    Two dogs fight for a bone and a third runs away with it.

    Source: Italian
    Two women and a goose make a market.

    Source: Italian
    Unbending the bow does not cure the wound.

    Source: Italian
    Unbending the bow does not heal the wound.

    Source: Italian
    Under white ashes there is glowing coal.

    Source: Italian
    Until death there is no knowing what may befal.

    Source: Italian
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