|summa petit livor||envy aims very high (i.e., it attacks the highest things) (Ovid)|
|amor Dei et proximi summa beatitudo||the love of God and our neighbor is the highest happiness|
|ardua petit ardea||the heron seeks high places|
|aut virtus nomen inane est, aut decus et pretium recte petit experiens vir||either virtue is an empty name, or the man of enterprise justly aims at honor and reward (Horace)|
|beneficia dare qui nescit, injuste petit||the one who knows not how to confer a kindness has not the right to ask any for himself|
|consequitur quodcunque petit||he attains whatever he attempts|
|Dente lupus, cornu taurus petit.||The wolf attacks with his fang, the bull with his horn. (Horace)|
|ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem||by the sword she seeks peaceful quiet under liberty (motto of Massachusetts)|
|et jam summa procul villarum culmina fumant, majoresque cadunt altis de montibus umbræ||and now the cottage roofs yonder smoke, and the shadows fall longer from the mountain tops (Virgil)|
|hæc brevis est nostrorum summa malorum||such is the short sum of our evils (Ovid)|
|idque petit corpus, mens unde est saucia amore||the body seeks that which has wounded the mind with love (Lucretius)|
|imperium cupientibus nihil medium inter summa et præcipitia||in the struggle between those seeking power there is no middle course (Tacitus)|
|ingenium magni detractat livor Homeri||envy depreciates the genius of the great Homer (Ovid)|
|invidiam, tanquam ignem, summa petere||envy, like fire, always makes for the highest points (Livy)|
|jam summa procul villarum culmina fumant||now the high tops of the far-off villas send forth their smoke (Virgil)|
|jus summum sæpe summa malitia est||extreme law (or justice) is often extreme wrong (Terence)|
|lex est ratio summa insita in natura, quæ jubet ea, quæ facienda sunt, prohibetque contraria||law is the highest reason implanted in nature, which commands what ought to be done and forbids what is contrary (Cicero)|
|multos in summa pericula misit venturi timor ipse mali||the mere apprehension of coming evil has driven many into positions of great peril|
|non in caro nidore voluptas summa, sed in teipso est, tu pulmentaria quære sundando||the pleasure [of eating] does not lie in the costly flavor, but in yourself; seek the relish, therefore, from hard exercise (Horace)|
|O faciles dare summa deos, eademque tueri difficiles||O, how easily the gods give high circumstances, and how reluctant they are to ensure them when given (Lucan)|
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