|With united powers||Coniunctis viribus|
|a new order for the ages (a motto of the United States of America)||novus ordo seclorum|
|an easy education weakens all powers both of mind and body (Quintilian)||mollis educatio nervos omnes et mentis et corporis frangit|
|be united in love||amore sitis uniti|
|beyond one’s powers (Horace)||supra vires|
|beyond the powers||ultra vires|
|Beyond the powers or legal authority||Ultra vires|
|but instruction improves the innate powers (of the mind), and good discipline strengthens the heart (Horace)||doctrina sed vim promovet insitam rectique cultus pectora roborant|
|By united efforts||Iunctis viribus|
|He (God) has favored our undertaking (a motto of the United States of America)||annuit cœptis|
|it is much easier to try one’s hand at many things than to concentrate one’s powers on one thing (Quintilian)||adeo facilius est multa facere quam diu|
|my modesty does not permit me to attempt a thing which my powers are not equal to accomplish (Virgil)||nec meus audet rem tentare pudor, quam vires ferre recusent|
|not everyone is gifted with a nose (i.e., has the powers of discernment) (Martial)||non cuicunque datum est habere nasum|
|out of many one (motto of the United States of America)||e pluribus unum|
|stronger by being united||unitate fortior|
|the powers above seem to play with human affairs, so that we can scarcely be assured of the present hour [which itself is passing] (Ovid)||ludit in humanis divina potentia rebus, et certam præsens vix habet hora fidem|
|the speaker who has chosen a theme suited to his powers will never be at a loss for felicitous language or lucid arrangement (Horace)||cui lecta potenter erit res nec facundia deseret hunc nec lucidus ordo|
|things united aid each other (i.e., union is strength)||juncta juvant|
|to be strong by nature, to be urged on by the powers of the mind, and to be inspired, as it were, by a divine spirit (Cicero; said of genius)||natura ipsa valere, et mentis viribus excitari, et quasi quodam divino spiritu afflari|
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