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To have "Heard say" is half a lie.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

To have been silent never does harm, but to have spoken does.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

To have eye one on the cat and another on the frying-pan.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

To have luck needs little wit.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

To have no wants, is money.
      - (Latin) [Money : Proverbs]

To hell with those who said our good words before us.
  [Lat., Pereant qui ante nos nostra dixerunt.]
      - (Latin) [Words]

To him that hath much, shall much be given.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

To him that watches, everything is revealed.
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

To him who can take what thou hast, give what he asks.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

To him who gives you a capon you may spare a leg and a wing.
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

To him who gives you a pig you may well give a rasher.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

To him who is determined it remains only to act.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

To him who watches, everything reveals itself.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

To know a man well one must have eaten a bushel of salt with him.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

To know all is to forgive all.
      - [Proverbs]

To know and to act are one and the same.
      - (Samurai) [Proverbs]

To know everything is to know nothing.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

To know is easier than to do.
      - (German) [Proverbs]

To know nothing is the happiest life.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

To know the law and do the right are two things.
      - (Danish) [Proverbs]

To know the road ahead, ask those coming back.
      - (Chinese) [Proverbs]

To lather an ass's head is only wasting soap.
      - (Portuguese, Spanish) [Proverbs]

To leave a place is to die a little.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

To lie about a far country is easy.
      - (Amharic) [Proverbs]

To listen well is as powerful a means of influence as to talk well and is as essential to all true conversation.
      - (Chinese) [Proverbs]

To live long is to suffer long.
      - (Danish) [Proverbs]

To live long, eat like a cat, drink like a dog.
      - (German) [Proverbs]

To love and be wise is impossible.
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

To love and be wise is incompatible.
      - (Portuguese) [Proverbs]

To love and to be wise are two different things.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

To love is to choose.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

To mad words deaf ears.
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

To make a happy couple, the husband must be deaf and the wife blind.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

To make the cart go you must grease the wheels.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

To marry one is a duty; twice a folly; thrice is madness.
      - (Dutch) [Proverbs]

To meet an old friend in a distant country is like the delight of rain after a long drought.
      - (Chinese) [Proverbs]

To obtain that which is just we must ask that which is unjust.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

To one who has a pie in the oven you may give a bit of your cake.
      - (French) [Proverbs]

To open a shop is easy, to keep it open is an art.
      - (Chinese) [Proverbs]

To own is to fear.
  [Sp., Tener es temer.]
      - (Spanish) [Proverbs]

To persecute the unfortunate is like throwing stones on one fallen into a well.
      - (Chinese) [Proverbs]

To preserve friendship one must build walls.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

To promise and give nothing is comfort for a fool.
      - [Proverbs]

To promise is easy, to keep is troublesome.
      - (Danish) [Proverbs]

To promise much means giving little.
      - (Portuguese) [Proverbs]

To protest and knock one's head against the wall is what everybody can do.
      - (Italian) [Proverbs]

To rebel in season is not to rebel.
      - (Greek) [Proverbs]

To relax the mind is to lose it.
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]

To remain young while growing old is the highest blessing.
      - (German) [Proverbs]

To remove the hairs from a horse's tail, one by one must be plucked out. [Small persevering efforts succeed, when violent measures would fail.]
      - (Latin) [Proverbs]


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