|it is all over with the Republic!||actum est de republica|
|a republic cannot be well conducted under the command of many (Cornelius Nepos)||non posse bene geri rempublican multorum imperiis|
|commonwealth, state, republic, public business||res publica|
|he became celebrated for an affected and ambitious verbosity attended with no advantage whatsoever to the republic (Tacitus)||in nullum reipublicæ usum ambitiosa loquela inclaruit|
|How great an evil do you see that may have been announced by you against the Republic? (Cicero)||Videtis quantum scelus contra rem publicam vobis nuntiatum sit?|
|it is for the interest of every good man that the republic shall be safe (Cicero)||omnibus bonis expedit rempublicam esse salvam|
|let the consuls see to it that no harm come to the Republic (after Cæsar Augustus)||caveant consules ne quid res publica detrimenti caperet|
|long live the republic||vivat respublica|
|princes are mortal, the republic is eternal (Tacitus)||principes mortales, rempublicam æternam|
|republic, state||rēs pūblica|
|take care to protect the republic from harm||ne quid detrimenti respublica capiat|
|taxes are the sinews of the republic (i.e., essential to its strength) (Cicero)||vectigalia nervos esse rei publicæ|
|the Roman republic stands by its ancient manners and men (Ennius)||moribus antiquis res stat Romana virisque|
|the standing of a republic is very largely bound up in its judicial decisions (Cicero)||status enim reipublicæ maxime judicatis rebus continetur|
|these are small things; but it was by not despising these small things that our forefathers made the republic so great (Livy)||parva sunt hæc; sed parva ista non contemnendo majores nostri maximam hanc rem fecerunt|
|to God, the republic, and friends||Deo, reipublicæ, amicis|
|what greater or better gift can we offer the republic than to teach and instruct our youth? (Cicero)||quod enim munus reipublicæ afferre majus, meliusve possumus, quam si docemus atque erudimus juventutem?|
|with these laws repealed, the republic cannot last (Cicero)||his legibus solutis respublica stare non potest|
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