|there is safety in this||in hoc salus|
|a strong shield is the safety of leaders||forte scutum, salus ducum|
|a subject faithful to his king is the safety of the kingdom||subditus fidelis regis et salus regni|
|fearing even safety (Virgil)||tuta timens|
|health, safety, well-being, salvation, salutation||salus|
|if you wish to preserve yourself in health and safety, avoid all serious cares, and believe wrathful passions as something profane||si vis incolumem, si vis te reddere sanum, curas tolle graves, irasci crede profanum|
|let us die even as we rush into the thick of the fight. The only safe course for the defeated is to expect no safety (Virgil)||moriamur et in media arma ruamus. Una salus victis nullam sperare salutem|
|more than life and safety is lost in the present conflict; we are laid prostrate even to the last generation of the world (Lucan)||plus est quam vita salusque, quod perit; in totum mundi prosternimur ævum|
|one man, by delaying, restored the state; for he preferred the public safety to idle report (i.e., sometimes victory comes through partial engagements with the enemy over time, rather than by one direct assault) (Ennius, said of Fabius’s battles against H||unus homo nobis cunctando restituit rem; non ponebat enim rumores ante salutem|
|safety is in going the middle course (Ovid)||in medio tutissimus ibis|
|safety must sometimes be bought with money||ære quandoque salutem redimendam|
|salvation is from God alone; safety is in God alone||sola Deo salus|
|The one safety for the vanquished is to abandon hope of safety knowing there is no hope can give one the courage to fight and win||Una salus victis nullam sperare salutem|
|the only salvation (or safety) for the vanquished is not to hope for salvation (Virgil)||una salus victis nullam sperare salutem|
|the public safety is my reward||publica salus mea merces|
|the safety of a kingdom does not depend so much upon its armies, or its treasures, as on its alliances (Sallust)||non exercitus, neque thesauri, præsidia regni sunt, verum amici|
|The safety of the people is the highest law (Cicero)||Salus populi suprema est lex|
|The safety of the people is the supreme law. (Cicero)||Salus populi suprema lex|
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