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    A burden that one chooses is not felt.
    Category: Self-reliance Source: Italian
    All are not saints, who go to church.
    Category: Hypocrisy Source: Italian
    Any plan is bad that cannot be changed.
    Category: Planning Source: Italian
    Beware the person with nothing to lose.
    Category: Prudence Source: Italian
    Gold is the devil's fishhook.
    Category: Temptation Source: Italian
    If you would be rich in a year, you may be hanged in six months.
    Category: Business Source: Italian
    It is a foolish sheep that makes the wolf its confessor.
    Category: Common sense Source: Italian
    It is better to wear out one's shoes than one's sheets.
    Category: Work Source: Italian
    A bad agreement is better than a good lawsuit.

    Source: Italian
    A barking cur does not bite.

    Source: Italian
    A barking dog never bites.

    Source: Italian
    A beautiful woman smiling, bespeaks a purse weeping.

    Source: Italian
    A beetle is a beauty in the eyes of his mother.

    Source: Italian
    A bird in the cage is worth a hundred at large.

    Source: Italian
    A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.

    Source: Italian
    A blind man is not judge of colours.

    Source: Italian
    A book whose sale's forbidden all men rush to see, and prohibition turns one reader into three.

    Source: Italian
    A braying ass eats little hay.

    Source: Italian
    A calm portends a storm.

    Source: Italian
    A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle.

    Source: Italian
    A cat pent up becomes a lion.

    Source: Italian
    A cat that licks the spit is not to be trusted with roast meat.

    Source: Italian
    A clear bargain, a dear friend.

    Source: Italian
    A cloak is not made for a single shower of rain.

    Source: Italian
    A closed mouth catches no flies.

    Source: Italian
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