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    Wise Sayings


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    A stick is soon found to beat a dog.

    Source: Italian
    A stout heart overcomes ill fortune.

    Source: Italian
    A thing done has a head. (The exultation of an ancient sculptor on his satisfactorily completing the head of his statue.)

    Source: Italian
    A thing is never much talked of but there is some truth in it.

    Source: Italian
    A thousand probabilities do not make one truth.

    Source: Italian
    A threatened buffet is never well given.

    Source: Italian
    A tree often transplanted is never loaded with fruit.

    Source: Italian
    A vagabond monk never spoke well of his convent.

    Source: Italian
    A voluntary burthen is no burthen.

    Source: Italian
    A volunteer is worth twenty pressed men.

    Source: Italian
    A waiting appetite kindles many a spite.

    Source: Italian
    A wise man and a fool together, know more than a wise man alone.

    Source: Italian
    A wise man does at first what a fool must do at last.

    Source: Italian
    A woman who loves to be at the window is like a bunch of grapes on the wayside.

    Source: Italian
    A woman's answer is never to seek.

    Source: Italian
    A woman's in pain, a woman's in woe, a woman is ill, when she likes to be so.

    Source: Italian
    A woman's place is in the home.

    Source: Italian
    A wound foreseen paint the less.

    Source: Italian
    Absence is a foe to love; out of sight out of mind.

    Source: Italian
    After one pope another is made.

    Source: Italian
    After the game, the king and the pawn go into the same box.

    Source: Italian
    Agree between yourselves (as to the time), quoth Arlotto, and I will make it rain.

    Source: Italian
    All are brave when the enemy flies.

    Source: Italian
    All are not saints who go to church.

    Source: Italian
    All is not butter that comes from the cow.

    Source: Italian
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