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    At table bashfulness is out of place.

    Source: Italian
    At the end of the game we see who wins.

    Source: Italian
    At the end of the game you\'ll see who\'s the winner.

    Source: Italian
    At the end of the work you may judge of the workmen.

    Source: Italian
    Bad grass does not make good hay.

    Source: Italian
    Bad is the sack that will not bear patching.

    Source: Italian
    Bad is the wool that cannot be died.

    Source: Italian
    Bad news is the first to come.

    Source: Italian
    Be the horse good or bad always wear your spurs.

    Source: Italian
    Be the same thing that ye wa'd be ca'd.

    Source: Italian
    Beat the churl and he will be your friend.

    Source: Italian
    Believe a boaster as you would a liar.

    Source: Italian
    Below the navel there is neither religion nor truth.

    Source: Italian
    Bend the tree while it is young.

    Source: Italian
    Better a lean agreement than a fat sentence.

    Source: Italian
    Better a near neighbour than a distant cousin.

    Source: Italian
    Better an egg today than a hen tomorrow.

    Source: Italian
    Better be a bird of the wood than a bird in the cage.

    Source: Italian
    Better be the head of a lizard than the tail of a dragon.

    Source: Italian
    Better give than not to have to give.

    Source: Italian
    Better give the wool than the sheep.

    Source: Italian
    Better have an egg to-day than a hen to-morrow.

    Source: Italian
    Better have one bee than a host of flies.

    Source: Italian
    Better lose the saddle than the horse.

    Source: Italian
    Better once than never.

    Source: Italian
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