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    Who changes country changes luck.

    Source: Italian
    Who changes his condition changes fortune.

    Source: Italian
    Who comes seldom, is welcome.

    Source: Italian
    Who dangles after the great is the last at table and the first to be cuffed.

    Source: Italian
    Who depends on another man's table often dines late.

    Source: Italian
    Who divides honey with the bear, will be like to get the lesser share..

    Source: Italian
    Who does all he may never does well.

    Source: Italian
    Who does not wish to be like the wolf let him not wear its skin.

    Source: Italian
    Who does too much, often does little.

    Source: Italian
    Who errs in the tens errs in the thousands.

    Source: Italian
    Who excuses himself accuses himself.

    Source: Italian
    Who excuses himself without being accused makes his fault manifest.

    Source: Italian
    Who frequents the kitchen smells of smoke.

    Source: Italian
    Who gives sell, sells dear, if the receiver be not a churl.

    Source: Italian
    Who gives, teaches a return.

    Source: Italian
    Who glows not burns not.

    Source: Italian
    Who goes himself is in earnest, who sends is indifferent.

    Source: Italian
    Who goes not, sees not; who proves not, believes not.

    Source: Italian
    Who goes softly goes safely, and he that goes safely goes far.

    Source: Italian
    Who has a tongue in his head can go all the world over.

    Source: Italian
    Who has never done thinking never begins doing.

    Source: Italian
    Who has no children does not know what love is.

    Source: Italian
    Who has no head should have legs.

    Source: Italian
    Who has no money in his purse must have honey in his mouth.

    Source: Italian
    Who has no money must have no wishes.

    Source: Italian
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