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Flashcards in PMAQ Deck (100):
1

Cor Prudentis Possidebit Scientiam

Emory

2

Lux et Veritas

Yale

3

In Deo Speramus

Brown

4

Non Sibi Sed Suis

Tulane

5

In Lumine Tuo Videbimus Lumen

Columbia University

6

Hinc Lucem et Pocula Sacra

Cambridge

7

Numen Lumen

Wisconsin-Madison

8

Vita, Dulcedo, Spes

Notre Dame

9

Heroum Filii

Wellington College

10

Fortiter, Feliciter, Fideliter

University of Lousiana-Lafayette

11

Crescit Eundo

New Mexico

12

Dum Spiro, Spero

South Carolina

13

Esse Quam Videri

North Carolina

14

Excelsior

New York

15

Labor Omnia Vincit

Oklahoma

16

Montani Semper Liberi

West Virginia

17

Crescite et Multiplicamini

Maryland

18

Civilitas Successit Barbarum

territorial Minnesota

19

Haec Tibi Dona Fero

New Foundland

20

Imperium in Imperio

Ohio

21

Fluctuat nec Mergitur

Paris

22

Domine, Dirige Nos

London

23

Sicut Patribus, Sit Deus Nobis

Boston

24

A Mari Usque ad Mare

Canada

25

Pro Mundi Beneficio

Panama

26

Deo Iuvante

Monaco

27

Anima Sana in Corpore Sano

ASICS

28

Ars Gratia Artis

MGM Studios

29

Pro Pelle Cutem

Hudson Bay Company

30

Quis Separabit?

Order of St. Patrick

31

Give the English for p. m

afternoon

32

Give the English for t. i. d.

three times a day

33

Give the English for viz.

namely

34

Give the English for Q. E. F.

which was to be done

35

Give the English for pinx

he painted this

36

Give the English for ob

died

37

Give the English for m. m.

changes made

38

Give the English for p. n. g.

unwelcome person

39

Give the English for qu.

a question

40

Give the English for n. l.

it is not allowed

41

Give the English for H. S.

here lies buried

42

Give the English for p. p.

by proxy

43

Give the English for c. v.

resume

44

Give the English for aq. bull.

boiling water

45

Give the English for s. o. s.

if necessary

46

Give the English for in absentia

in the absence of

47

Give the English for in dies

daily

48

Give the English for in stirpes

according to the lineage

49

Give the English for in melius mutari

a turn for the metter

50

Give the English for in ovo

undeveloped

51

Give the English for in facie ecclesiae

before the church

52

Give the English for in alieno solo

on another's land

53

Give the English for in ipsis faucibus

in the entranceway

54

Give the English for in unguem

perfectly

55

Give the English for in discrimine rerum

at the turning point

56

Give the English for cf.

compare

57

Give the English for cet. par.

all other things being equal

58

Give the English for loc. cit.

in the place cited

59

Give the English for h.q.

look for this

60

Give the English for ob. so. p.

died without issue

61

Give the English for de minimis non curat lex

the law does not concern itself with trifles

62

Give the English for contumax

an outlaw

63

Give the English for incapax doli

incapable of deceit

64

Give the English for in cauda venenum

beware of danger

65

Give the English for vulgo concepti

illegitimate children

66

Give the English for laev.

left

67

Give the English for jug.

throat

68

Give the English for a. h.

every other hour

69

Give the English for c. c.

with meals

70

Give the English for o.

a pint

71

Give the English for in vitro

in a test tube

72

Give the English for quater in die

four times a day

73

Give the English for infricetur

let it be rubbed in

74

Give the English for oculus sinister

left eye

75

Give the English for hircismus

armpit odor

76

Give the English for Pb

lead

77

Give the English for Hg

mercury

78

Give the English for borealis

northern

79

an alcoholic extract of plant or animal material

tincture

80

common name of animal whose scientific name is mephitis mephitis

skunk

81

"dabit deus his quoque finem"

Vergil

82

"carpe diem, quam minimum credula postero"

Horace

83

"odi et amo quare id faciam fortasse requiris"

Catullus

84

"qualis artifex pereo"

Nero

85

"timeo hominem unius libri"

St. Aquinas

86

"vitam impendere vero"

Juvenal

87

"docendo discimus"

Seneca

88

"faber est suae quisque fortunae"

Appius Claudius

89

"sed quis custodiet ipsos custodes"

Juvenal

90

"idem velle atque idem nolle"

Sallust

91

"credula res amor"

Ovid

92

"de nihilo nihil"

Lucretius

93

"ut homo est, ita morem geras"

Terence

94

"Tityre, tu patulae recubans sub tegmine fagi"

Vergil

95

"veritatis simplex oratio est"

Seneca

96

Translate "homo doctus in se semper divitias habet"

the wise wields wealth within

97

Translate "bis dat qui cito dat"

given without hesitation is worth two gifts

98

Translate " elephantem ex musca facis"

to make a mountain out of a molehill

99

Translate " de omni re scibili et quibusdam aliis"

a walking encyclopedia

100

Translate "gutta cavat lapidem, non vi, sed saepe cadendo"

slow and steady wins the race