|qui Curios simulant et Bacchanalia vivunt||those who pretend to be Curii and live like Bacchanals (i.e., who feign prudence but live profligate lives) (Juvenal)|
|male vivunt qui se semper victuros putant||they live ill who think they will live forever (Publilius Syrus)|
|morte carent animæ, semperque priore relicta sede novis domibus vivunt habitantque receptæ||souls are immortal and are admitted, after quitting their first abode, into new homes, and they live and dwell in them forever (Ovid)|
|non propter vitam faciunt patrimonia quidam, sed vitio cæci propter patrimonia vivunt||some men do not get estates for the purpose of enjoying life, but, blinded by error, live only for their estates (Juvenal)|
|omnibus modis, qui pauperes sunt homines miseri vivunt; præsertim quibus nec quæstus est, nec didicere artem ullam||the poor live wretchedly in every way; especially those who have no means of livelihood and have learned no craft (Plautus)|
|qui spe aluntur, pendent, non vivunt||those who feed on hope, they hang on, but they do not live|
|quot capitum vivunt, totidem studiorum millia||there are as many thousands of pursuits as there are individuals|
|vivunt in Venerem frondes, etiam nemus omne per altum felix arbor amat; nutant ad mutua palmæ fœdera, populeo suspirat populus ictu, et platani platanis, alnoque assibilat alnus||the leaves live to love, and over the whole lofty grove each happy tree loves; palm nods to palm in mutual pledge of love; the poplar sighs for the poplar’s embrace; plane tree whispers to plane tree, and alder to alder (Claudian)|
|vivunt in Venerum frondes omnisque vicissim felix arbor amat; nutant ad mutua palmæ fœdera||the leaves live but to love, and in all the lofty grove the happy trees love each his neighbor (Claudian)|
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