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Dry August, chestnuts at every step.
When peaches flower and ripen, days and nights have the same length.
The best pears are eaten by the pigs.
Every opportunity passed is lost.
Everyone knows what’s cooking in their pot.
The morning rainbow reaches the fountains; the evening rainbow fills the sails.
When the sun sets, lazy people prepare.
If bastelica had a port, ajaccio would be its garden.
If there’s thunder at capu di staghju, leave the wheat outside.
Anyone who lives will know trying times.
Seeing a man is seeing his character.
A christmas of games, an easter by the fire.
Superfine green beans, tomatoes and chasselas grapes.
You experience other cultures to give you a kind of shock that
The best way to make a silk purse from a sow’s ear is to begin with a silk sow. The same is true of money.
An upstart is a sparrow eager to marry a hornbill.
Although who knows? Maybe this will be it, Katniss.” “What?” I ask. “
Kissing babies and hugging fat girls.
Our most profitable lessons are learned from failure, not success.
There is still one of which you never speak.’ Marco Polo
Government will no longer be run on the whims of individuals.