|Deeds of the saints||Acta sanctorum|
|(neut. pl. abl.) She earned it BY THESE (her deeds)||his|
|(neut. pl. abl.) She earned it BY THESE (her deeds)||illis|
|a right hand employed in glorious deeds||claris dextra factis|
|according to the state of a man’s conscience, so in his mind do hope and fear arise on account of his deeds (Ovid)||conscia mens ut cuique sua est, ita concipit intra pectora pro facto spemque metumque suo|
|and all the saints||et omnes sancti|
|deeds agreeing with words||sermoni consona facta|
|deeds not words||facta non verba|
|Deeds, not words. (Actions speak louder than words)||Facta, non verba|
|each one has his appointed day; short and irreparable is the brief life of all; but to extend our fame by our deeds, this is the work of manhood (or virtue) (Virgil)||stat sua cuique dies; breve et irreparabile tempus omnibus est vitæ; sed famam extendere factis, hoc virtutis opus|
|friends are to be estimated from deeds, not words (Livy)||ex factis non ex dictis amici pensandi|
|he does nothing who seeks to console a desponding person with words; a friend is one who aids with deeds at a critical time where deeds are called for (Plautus)||nihil agit qui diffidentem verbis solatur suis; is est amicus qui in re dubia re juvat, ubi re est opus|
|his lifetime is full of deeds, not of indolent years (Ovid)||actis ævum implet, non segnibus annis|
|history should not overstep the limits of truth, and indeed, in recording noble deeds, the truth is sufficient (Pliny the Younger)||nec historia debet egredi veritatem, et honeste factis veritas sufficit|
|honey in his mouth, words of milk; gall in his heart, deceit in his deeds||mel in ore, verba lactis, fel in corde, fraus in factis (also, mel in ore et verba lactis, sed fel in corde et fraus in factis)|
|it is a bitter thing to have sown good deeds and to reap a harvest of evils (Plautus)||ut acerbum est, pro benefactis quum mali messem metas|
|let deeds suffice for words (Plautus)||dictis facta suppetant|
|not the one who is wise in speech, but the one who is wise in deeds, is wise for me (Gregory of Agrigentum)||non mihi sapit qui sermone, sed qui factis sapit|
|O great in fame, greater still in deeds!||O fama ingens, ingentior armis!|
|So potent was religion in persuading to evil deeds (Lucretius, in reference to the sacrifice of Iphigenia)||Tantum religio potuit suadere malorum|
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