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    When house and land are gone and spent, then learning is most excellent.

    Source: Italian
    When I'm dead, everybody's dead, and the pig too.

    Source: Italian
    When ill-luck falls asleep let nobody wake her.

    Source: Italian
    When it thunders, the thief becomes honest.

    Source: Italian
    When rogues go in procession the devil carries the cross.

    Source: Italian
    When the cat's away the mice dance.

    Source: Italian
    When the cat\'s away the rats dance.

    Source: Italian
    When the devil is old he turns hermit.

    Source: Italian
    When the fox preaches, take care of yourselves, hens.

    Source: Italian
    When the lion is dead the hares jump upon his carcase.

    Source: Italian
    When the lion's skin falls short, piece it out with that of the fox.

    Source: Italian
    When the millers are making an uproar, do you tie up your sacks.

    Source: Italian
    When the ship has sunk everyone knows how she might have been saved.

    Source: Italian
    When the sun shines on thee, thou needest not care for the moon.

    Source: Italian
    When the tree is down every one runs to it with a hatchet to cut wood.

    Source: Italian
    When the will is prompt the legs are nimble.

    Source: Italian
    When the wind is in the east, \'tis neither good for man nor beast.

    Source: Italian
    When the wind serves, all aid.

    Source: Italian
    When the wine's in the wit's out.

    Source: Italian
    When there is a fire in the neighbourhood carry water to your own house.

    Source: Italian
    When there is little bread at table put plenty on your plate.

    Source: Italian
    When there is nothing the church loses.

    Source: Italian
    When wine enters modesty departs.

    Source: Italian
    When wine sinks, words swim.

    Source: Italian
    When wise men play mad pranks they do it with a vengeance.

    Source: Italian
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