|short-lived pleasure is the parent of pain||brevis voluptas mox doloris est parens|
|(masc. sing. abl.) (the money) BY means of WHICH he lived||quo|
|a biting, bite, also, sting, pain||morsus|
|a law ought to be short, that it may be the more easily understood by the unlearned (Seneca)||legem brevem esse oportet quo facilius ab imperitis teneatur|
|a short reign brings no respite to the masses (Statius)||non parcit populis regnum breve|
|a short term on earth is long enough for a good and honorable life (Cicero)||breve tempus ætatis satis est longum ad bene honesteque vivendum|
|a thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the other virtues (Cicero)||gratus animus est una virtus non solum maxima, sed etiam mater virtutum omnium reliquarum|
|after death no pleasure remains||post mortem nulla voluptas|
|all pain is either severe or slight; if slight, it is easily borne; if severe, it will no doubt be brief (Cicero)||omnis dolor aut est vehemens, aut levis; si levis, facile fertur, si vehemens, certe brevis futurus est|
|all pleasure has fled from the ear (Horace)||migravit ab aure voluptas omnis|
|alluring pleasure is said to have softened the savage dispositions [of early mankind] (Ovid)||blanda truces animos fertur mollisse voluptas|
|and he, though carried off in the prime of life, had lived long enough for glory (Tacitus)||et ipse quidem, quamquam medio in spatio integræ ætatis ereptus, quantum ad gloriam, longissimum ævum peregit|
|Art (work) is long, but life is short||Ars longa, vita brevis|
|art is long, life is short (adapted from Hippocrates)||ars longa, vita brevis|
|as length of life is denied to us, we should at least do something to show that we have lived (Cicero)||quoniam diu vixesse denegatur, aliquid faciamus quo possimus ostendere nos vixisse|
|as men are, so must you humor them; think, at the same time, how short life is (Plautus)||ut homines sunt, ita morem geras; vita quam sit brevis, simul cogita|
|at last, finally, again, in short||denique|
|Be patient and tough; some day this pain will be useful to you. (Ovid)||Perfer et obdura; dolor hic tibi proderit olim|
|bear and endure to the end; one day this pain will be useful to you (Ovid)||perfer et obdura; dolor hic tibi proderit olim|
|but one short hour will change the lot of the highest and of the lowest (Seneca)||ima permutat brevis hora summis|
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