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    Wise Sayings


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    All saints do not work miracles.

    Source: Italian
    All ships leak: some amidships, some in the bows, some in the hold.

    Source: Italian
    All tastes are tastes.

    Source: Italian
    All that's fair must fade.

    Source: Italian
    All the brains are not in one head.

    Source: Italian
    All the fingers are not alike.

    Source: Italian
    All the flowers of tomorrow are in the seeds of yesterday.

    Source: Italian
    All the honey a bee gathers during its lifetime doesn't sweeten its sting.

    Source: Italian
    All the sheep are not for the wolf.

    Source: Italian
    All water runs to the sea.

    Source: Italian
    Among men of honour a word is a bond.

    Source: Italian
    Among thorns grow roses.

    Source: Italian
    An ambassador beareth no blame.

    Source: Italian
    An ass's tail will not make a sieve.

    Source: Italian
    An ass's trot does not last long.

    Source: Italian
    An eagle will not catch flies.

    Source: Italian
    An idle man is the devil's bolster.

    Source: Italian
    An old dog does not grow used to the collar.

    Source: Italian
    An old dog will learn no tricks.

    Source: Italian
    An old flag is an honour to its captain.

    Source: Italian
    An old horse for a young soldier.

    Source: Italian
    An old quarrel is easily renewed.

    Source: Italian
    An ounce of discretion is better than a pound of knowledge.

    Source: Italian
    An unasked for excuse infers transgression.

    Source: Italian
    Anger can be an expensive luxury.

    Source: Italian
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