Cadets per veritatem vis through truth, strength Motto of Washington University. This page lists direct English translations of common, latin phrases. Hic et nunc here and now The imperative motto for the satisfaction of desire. Semper vigilo always vigilant The motto of the Scottish Police Forces, Scotland. ; New Jersey Prevention of Domestic Violence Act,.J. upon seeing Jesus Christ ; it refers both to the innocence of a lamb and to Christ being a sacrificial lamb after the Jewish religious practice. Compare also "dicta prius literally, said previously. Summum ius, summa iniuria supreme law, supreme injustice From Cicero (De officiis, I, 10, 33). Often rendered in English as "Let knowledge grow from more the Rebellious Pulp Fiction to more, And so be human life enriched so as to achieve an iambic meter.
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The motto of Southern Illinois University-Carbondale. Translated into Latin from Arabic. It became proverbial during the Middle Ages. It was the motto of Indonesian campus University of Surabaya until 2011, with "a" on "alis" dropped. "one cannot argue uno flatu both that the company does not exist and that it is also responsible for the wrong." uno sumus animo we are one of soul Motto of Stedelijk Gymnasium Leiden unus multorum one of many An average person. Fumus boni iuris presumption of sufficient legal basis a legal principle fundamenta inconcussa unshakable foundation Latin Translation Notes gaudia certaminis the joys of battle according to Cassiodorus, an expression used by Attila in addressing his troops prior to the 451 Battle of Chlons gaudeamus hodie. Commonly used in legal citations to refer to statutes spread over several sequential sections of a code of statutes (e.g. Piscem natare doces you teach a fish to swim Latin proverb, attributed by Erasmus in his Adagia to Greek origin ( Diogenianus, corollary Chinese idiom placet it pleases expression of assent plenus venter non studet libenter A full belly does not like studying.e.,.