|ubique patriam reminisci||everywhere to remember our homeland|
|casus ubique valet; semper tibi pendeat hamus. Quo minime credas gurgite, piscis erit||there is scope for chance everywhere; let your hook be always ready. In the eddies where you least expect it, there will be a fish (Ovid)|
|crudelis ubique luctus, ubique pavor, et plurima mortis imago||everywhere is heart-rending wail, everywhere consternation, and death in a thousand shapes (Virgil)|
|decet patriam nobis cariorem esse quam nosmetipsos||our country ought to be dearer to us than ourselves (Cicero)|
|est pii Deum et patriam diligere||it is part of a good man to love God and country|
|exilioque domos et dulcia limina mutant atque alio patriam quærunt sub sole jacentem||they exchange their home and sweet thresholds for exile, and seek another country under another sun (Virgil)|
|hic et ubique||here and everywhere; also, here, there, and everywhere|
|hic et ubique terrarum||here and everywhere throughout the world (motto of the University of Paris)|
|hoc fonte derivata clades in patriam populumque fluxit||from this source has the destruction flowed, which overwhelmed the country and its people (Horace)|
|horror ubique||terror everywhere (motto of the Scots Guards)|
|horror ubique animos, simul ipsa silentia terrent||everywhere horror seizes the soul, and the very silence is dreadful (Virgil)|
|in pretio pretium est, dat census honores, census amicitias; pauper ubique jacet||worth lies in wealth; wealth purchases honors and friendships; the poor man everywhere is neglected (Ovid)|
|longa mora est, quantum noxæ sit ubique repertum enumerare; minor fuit ipsa infamia vero||it would take long to enumerate how great an amount of crime was everywhere perpetrated; even the report itself came short of the truth (Ovid)|
|nemo patriam in qua natus est exuere nec ligeantiæ debitum ejurare possit||no one can cast off his native country or abjure his allegiance to his sovereign|
|Nemo patriam quia magna est amat, sed quia sua||No one loves his country because it is great but because it is his. --- Seneca [Lucius Annaeus Seneca]|
|nusquam est qui ubique est||the man who is everywhere is never anywhere (Seneca)|
|ob patriam vulnera passi||having suffered wounds for their country|
|pauper ubique jacet||everywhere the poor man is despised (Ovid)|
|pie vivere et Deum et patriam diligere||to live piously and to love God and country|
|præferre patriam liberis regem decet||a king should prefer his country to his children (Seneca)|
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