|bad grammar does not vitiate a contract (or deed)||mala grammatica non vitiat chartam|
|a friend in need is a friend in deed||nonne amicus certus in re incerta cernitur?|
|A nude pact an invalid agreement a contract with illusory benefits or without consideration hence unenforceable||Nvdvm pactvm|
|accomplices in evil actions are always regarded as reproaching the deed (Tacitus)||malorum facinorum ministri quasi exprobrantes aspiciuntur|
|agreement, contract, covenant, pact||pactum|
|an ambiguous contract is to be interpreted against the seller||ambiguum pactum contra venditorem interpretandum est|
|bad deed||facina −oris|
|bad deed, crime, villainy, deed, action||facina -oris|
|by thought and deed||consilia et facta|
|contract||contraho, pactum, pactum|
|crime, sin, evil deed, wickedness||scelus sceleris|
|dare to be held a man without blame, and tenacious of justice both in word and deed; then I recognize in you the nobleman (Juvenal)||sanctus haberi justitiæque tenax factis dictisque mereris?; agnosco procerem|
|deed, accomplishment, work, act, achievement||factum|
|evil deed||scelus sceleris|
|firmly in the matter (and) gently in the manner (or, resolute in the deed, but gentle in the approach)||fortiter in re, (et) suaviter in modo|
|gently in manner, firmly in deed||suaviter in modo, fortiter in re|
|Grammar speaks, Dialectics teaches the truth, Rhetoric gives color to speech, Music sings, Arithmetic numbers, Geometry weighs and measures, and Astronomy teaches the stars (i.e., the seven liberal arts)||Gram. loquitur, Dia. vera docet, Rhe. verba colorat, Mu. canit, Ar. numerat, Geo. ponderat, As. docet astra|
|I am king of the Romans and above grammar (Emperor Sigismund at the Council of Constance)||ego sum rex Romanus et supra grammaticam|
|I have sinned greatly in thought, word, and deed, through my fault, through my fault, through my most grievous fault (from the Catholic Mass)||peccavi nimis cogitatione, verbo, et opere, mea culpa, mea culpa, mea maxima culpa|
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