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    Anger increases love.

    Source: Italian
    Any excuse is good if it hold good.

    Source: Italian
    Any man can be a father, but it takes a special person to be a dad.

    Source: Italian
    Any plan is bad that cannot be changed.

    Source: Italian
    Any publicity is good publicity.

    Source: Italian
    Any water will put out fire.

    Source: Italian
    Anyone who is satisfied to stand still should not complain when others pass him.

    Source: Italian
    Appetite comes in eating.

    Source: Italian
    Argus at home, a mole abroad.

    Source: Italian
    Arms carry peace.

    Source: Italian
    As both a good horse and a bad horse heed the spur, so both a good woman and a bad woman need the stick.

    Source: Italian
    As demure as an old whore at a christening.

    Source: Italian
    As is the lover so is the beloved.

    Source: Italian
    As you would have a daughter so choose a wife.

    Source: Italian
    Ask my chum if I am a thief.

    Source: Italian
    Ask my companion if I be a thief.

    Source: Italian
    Ask which was born first, the hen or the egg.

    Source: Italian
    Asking costs little.

    Source: Italian
    At a dangerous passage yield precedence.

    Source: Italian
    At a good bargain pause and ponder.

    Source: Italian
    At a great pennyworth pause awhile.

    Source: Italian
    At a great river be the last to pass.

    Source: Italian
    At a round table there is no dispute about place.

    Source: Italian
    At an open chest the righteous sins.

    Source: Italian
    At last the foxes all meet at the furrier's.

    Source: Italian
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