|with hope (motto of the State University of New York, Buffalo)||spe|
|(fig.) while there is life there is hope||nulli desperandum, quamdiu spirat|
|a city in a garden (motto of Chicago)||urbs in horto|
|a desire devoid of hope||desiderium spe vacuum|
|a multitude of the wise is the health of the world (motto of the University of Victoria, British Columbia)||multitudo sapientium sanitas orbis|
|a new order for the ages (a motto of the United States of America)||novus ordo seclorum|
|a pledge of better times (motto of the Order of St. Michael and St. George)||auspicium melioris ævi|
|a state is regulated by two things, reward and punishment (Cicero, attributed to Solon)||rempublicam duabus rebus contineri dixit, præmio et pœna|
|according to the state of a man’s conscience, so in his mind do hope and fear arise on account of his deeds (Ovid)||conscia mens ut cuique sua est, ita concipit intra pectora pro facto spemque metumque suo|
|after death only one hope survives||post funus spes una superstes|
|all hope is gone (Plautus)||exclusa opes omnes|
|all men are considered as tyrants who possess themselves of perpetual power in a state that once enjoyed the blessings of liberty (Cornelius Nepos)||omnes autem et habentur et dicuntur tyranni, qui potestate sunt perpetua, in ea civitate quæ libertate usa est|
|all the acts and employments of humankind shall be the subject of this publication (a motto for publishers of newspapers and periodicals) (Juvenal)||quicquid agunt homines nostri est farrago libelli|
|all the world is to be ruled by Austria (motto of Frederick III)||Austriæ est imperare orbi universo (A.E.I.O.U.)|
|all things will now come to pass that I used to think impossible; and there is nothing that we may not hope to see take place (Ovid)||omnia jam fient, fieri quæ posse negabam; et nihil est de quo non sit habenda fides|
|although the constellations change, the mind is constant (motto of the University of Sydney)||sidere mens eadem mutato|
|Always faithful (motto of the U.S. Marine Corps)||semper fidelis (pl. semper fideles)|
|always ready (motto of the U.S. Coast Guard)||semper paratus|
|always the same (motto of Queen Elizabeth I)||semper eadem|
|an action will not be right unless the intention is right, for from it comes the action. Again, the intention will not be right unless the state of the mind has been right, for from it proceeds the intention (Seneca)||recta actio non erit, nisi recta fuit voluntas, ab hac enim est actio. Rursus, voluntas non erit recta, nisi habitus animi rectus fuerit, ab hoc enim est voluntas|
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