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    Who loves, believes.

    Source: Italian
    Who loves, fears.

    Source: Italian
    Who makes the wolf his companion should carry a dog under his cloak.

    Source: Italian
    Who more busy than they who have least to do?

    Source: Italian
    Who moves, picks up, who stands still, dries up.

    Source: Italian
    Who offends writes on sand; who is offended, on marble.

    Source: Italian
    Who paints me before blackens me behind.

    Source: Italian
    Who pays a debt creates capital.

    Source: Italian
    Who pays beforehand is served behindhand.

    Source: Italian
    Who saves, saves for the cat.

    Source: Italian
    Who says A must say B.

    Source: Italian
    Who serves the public, serves no one.

    Source: Italian
    Who serves well and says nothing makes claim enough.

    Source: Italian
    Who sows ill reaps ill.

    Source: Italian
    Who takes a lion at a distance fears a mole present.

    Source: Italian
    Who takes an eel by the tail and a woman at her word, may say he holds nothing.

    Source: Italian
    Who throws a stone at the sky, it falls back on his head.

    Source: Italian
    Who troubles others has no rest himself.

    Source: Italian
    Who wishes for a short Lent let him contract debts to be paid at Easter.

    Source: Italian
    Who would have many friends let him test but few.

    Source: Italian
    Who would not have feet set on his neck, let him not stoop.

    Source: Italian
    Whoever brings finds the door open for him.

    Source: Italian
    Willows are weak, yet serve to bind bigger wood.

    Source: Italian
    Wise lads and old fools were never good for anything.

    Source: Italian
    Wise men change their minds, fools never.

    Source: Italian
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