|nimia subtilitas in jure reprobatur, et talis certitudo certitudinem confundit||too much subtlety in law is condemned, and so much certainty confounds certainty|
|conjunctio maris et fœminæ est de jure naturæ||the conjuction of man and woman is of the law of nature|
|excessus in jure reprobatur||all excess is condemned by the law|
|facies qualis mens talis||as is the face so is the mind|
|in omnibus quidem, maxime tamen in jure, æquitas est||in all things, but particularly in law, regard is to be given to equity|
|in æquali jure melior est conditio possidentis||where the right is equal, the claim of the party in possession is the best (or, possession is nine-tenths of the law)|
|jure divino||by Divine right; by Divine law|
|jure humano||by human law; by the will of the people|
|jure repræsentationis||by right of representation|
|jure, non dono||by right, not by gift|
|libertas est potestas faciendi id quod jure licet||liberty consists in the power of doing what the law permits (Cicero)|
|magni animi est magna contemnere, ac mediocria malle quam nimia||it is a sign of a great mind to despise greatness, and to prefer things in measure to things in excess (Seneca)|
|major hæreditas venit unicuique nostrum a jure et legibus, quam a parentibus||a greater inheritance comes to each of us from our rights and laws than from our parents (Cicero)|
|modus omnibus in rebus, soror, optimum est habitu; nimia omnia nimium exhibent negotium hominibus ex se||in everything the middle course is best; all things in excess bring trouble to men (Plautus)|
|nihil potest rex nisi quod de jure potest||the king can do nothing but what the law allows|
|nimia cura deterit magis quam emendat||too much concern may injure rather than improve your work|
|nimia est miseria nimis pulchrum esse hominem||it is a great affliction to be too handsome a man (Plautus)|
|nimia est voluptas, si diu abfueris a domo domum si redieris, si tibi nulla est ægritudo animo obviam||it is a very great pleasure if, on your return home after a long absence, you are not confronted with anything to vex you (Plautus)|
|nimia familiaritas parit contemptum||familiarity breeds contempt (Publilius Syrus)|
|nimia illæc licentia profecto evadet in aliquod magnum malum||this excessive license will most certainly eventuate in some great evil (Terence)|
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