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    Who has no plagues makes himself some.

    Source: Italian
    Who has no shame all the world is his own.

    Source: Italian
    Who has not is not.

    Source: Italian
    Who has nothing is nothing.

    Source: Italian
    Who has patience may get fat thrushes at a farthing apiece.

    Source: Italian
    Who has patience sees his revenge.

    Source: Italian
    Who has something is something.

    Source: Italian
    Who has, is.

    Source: Italian
    Who hath little shame the world is all his own.

    Source: Italian
    Who hath no courage must have legs.

    Source: Italian
    Who is born a fool is never cured.

    Source: Italian
    Who is in fear of every leaf must not go into the wood.

    Source: Italian
    Who is in the right fears, who is in the wrong hopes.

    Source: Italian
    Who judges others, condemns himself.

    Source: Italian
    Who keeps company with a wolf will learn to howl.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows most, forgives most.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows most, knows least.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows not how to dissemble knows not how to reign.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows not how to flatter knows not how to talk.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows not how to pray let him go sail the sea.

    Source: Italian
    Who knows not the game, let him not play.

    Source: Italian
    Who laughs at others' ills, has his own behind the door.

    Source: Italian
    Who lies down with dogs gets up with fleas.

    Source: Italian
    Who loves the tree loves the branch.

    Source: Italian
    Who loves to roam may lose his home.

    Source: Italian
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