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    Various are the roads to fame.

    Source: Italian
    Vengeance is mine, saith the Lord.

    Source: Italian
    Vetches seem bitter to the full-cropped pigeon.

    Source: Italian
    Vexations, duly borne, Are but as trials, which heaven's love to man Sends for his good.

    Source: Italian
    Wait time and place to take your revenge, for it is never well done in a hurry.

    Source: Italian
    War begun, hell unchained.

    Source: Italian
    Water after does not quench a fire at hand.

    Source: Italian
    Water, smoke, and a vicious woman, drive men out of the house.

    Source: Italian
    We learn by teaching.

    Source: Italian
    Wealth conquered Rome after Rome had conquered the world.

    Source: Italian
    Wealth is not his who makes it, but his who enjoys it.

    Source: Italian
    What costs little is little esteemed.

    Source: Italian
    What does not poison, fattens.

    Source: Italian
    What has not been, may be.

    Source: Italian
    What keeps out the cold keeps out the heat.

    Source: Italian
    What will be, will be.

    Source: Italian
    What you can't have, abuse.

    Source: Italian
    When a dog runs away, hit him! hit him!

    Source: Italian
    When a man has fallen into the mire, the more he flounders the more he fouls himself.

    Source: Italian
    When a tree is falling, every one cries, down with it.

    Source: Italian
    When everybody says you are drunk, go to sleep.

    Source: Italian
    When fortune comes, open your doors.

    Source: Italian
    When gold speaks every tongue is silent.

    Source: Italian
    When good cheer is lacking, our friends will be packing.

    Source: Italian
    When his head is broken he puts on his helmet.

    Source: Italian
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