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e tenui casa sæpe vir magnus exita great man often steps forth from a humble cottage
Adde parvum parvo magnus acervus eritAdd a little to a little and there will be a great heap (Ovid)
aliena opprobria sæpe absterrent vitiiswe are often deterred from crime by the disgrace of others (Horace)
alter rixatur de lana sæpe caprina propugnat nugis armatusanother frequently disputes about goat’s wool and rises in arms for trifles (Horace)
Ammor magnus doctor estLove is a great teacher. --- Saint Augustine of Hippo
amphora cœpit institui; currente rota cur urceus exit?a vase was begun; why from the revolving wheel does it turn out a worthless pitcher? (i.e., what began with great fanfare turned out to be something of little note) (Horace)
audendo magnus tegitur timorgreat fear is concealed under daring (Lucan)
casus quem sæpe transit, aliquando invenitchance (or misfortune) will at some time or another find the one whom it has often passed by (Publilius Syrus)
deliberando sæpe perit occasioan opportunity (or occasion) is often lost through deliberation (Publilius Syrus)
eris mihi magnus Apolloyou shall be my great Apollo (Virgil)
ex parvis sæpe magnarum momenta rerum pendentevents of great consequence often spring from trifling circumstances (Livy)
ExitHe/she goes out
Exit/exeuntHe/they leave
exit; exeunt(s)he goes out; they go out
festinare nocet, nocet et cunctatio sæpe; tempore quæque suo qui facit, ille sapitit is bad to hurry, and delay is often as bad; the wise person is the one who does everything in its proper time (Ovid)
formosos sæpe inveni pessimos, et turpi facie multos cognovi optimosI have often found good-looking people to be very base, and I have known many ugly people most estimable (Phædrus)
fugiendo in media sæpe ruitur fataby fleeing, men often meet the very fate they seek to avoid (Livy)
gutta cavat lapidem, non vi, sed sæpe cadendothe drop hollows the stone, not by force but by constant dripping (Ovid)
Hoc die magnus mortuus est amorOn this date, a great love died.
ignoscito sæpe alteri nunquam tibiforgive others often, yourself never
in tenui labor, at tenuis non gloriathe object of the labor was small, but not the fame (Virgil)
ingenium mala sæpe moventmisfortunes often stir up genius (Ovid)
insperata accidunt magis sæpe quam quæ spereswhat you do not expect happens more frequently than what you do (Plautus)
itidemque ut sæpe jam in multis locis, plus insciens quis fecit quam prodens boniand so it happens oft in many instances; more good is done without our knowledge than is intended by us (Plautus)
jus summum sæpe summa malitia estextreme law (or justice) is often extreme wrong (Terence)
laus vera et humili sæpe contingit viro; non nisi potenti falsatrue praise is often the lot of him who is humble; false praise reaches none but the powerful (Seneca)
magnam fortunam magnus animus deceta great mind becomes a great fortune (Seneca)
magnopere magnus operevery, very much
magnus ab integro sæculorum (or sæclorum) nascitur ordothe mighty cycle of the ages begins its turn anew (Virgil)
magnus Alexander corpore parvus eratthe great Alexander was small in stature
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