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 Latin Phrases

quoqunque jeceris stabit – Whichever Way You Throw It, It Will Stand

quoqunque jeceris stabit Whithersoever You Throw It, It Will Stand Motto of the Isle of Man, a self-governing crown dependency in the Irish Sea between England and Northern Ireland.  The earliest examples of the Latin motto come from the island’s coinage in the late 17th century.  

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esse quam videri – to Be Rather than to Seem (Motto of N. Carolina)

esse quam videri To be rather than to seem (Motto of North Carolina and many other groups/organizations)

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de fide et officio iudicis non recipitur quaestio – No Question Can Be Allowed Concerning the Faith and Duty of the Judge

de fide et officio iudicis non recipitur quaestio No question can be allowed concerning the faith and duty of the judge

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certum est quia impossible est – It is certain because it is impossible

certum est quia impossible est It is certain because it is impossible (Tertullian)

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Eggs today are better than chickens tomorrow

ad praesens ova cras pullis sunt meliora ad quem ad quod Eggs today are better than chickens tomorrow cave quid dicis, quando, et cui Beware of what you say, when, and to whom

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credo quia absurdum est – I believe it because it is absurd

credo quia absurdum est I believe it because it is absurd ab asino lanam [Like getting] wool from an ass (i.e., blood from a stone) ab absurdum To the absurd