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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation A.U.C.

ab urbe condita/ anno urbis conditae – from the founding of the city

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation A.D.

anno domini -- in the year of our Lord

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation ad lib.

ad libitum -- at pleasure

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation A.M.

ante meridiem -- before noon

5

Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation cf.

confer -- compare

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation e.g.

exempli gratia -- for example

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation et al.

et alia -- and others

8

Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation etc.

et cetera -- and so forth, and the rest

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation ibid.

ibidem – in the same place

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation id.

idem – the same (author)

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation i.e.

id est -- that is (an explanation)

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation M.D.

Medicinae Doctor -- medical doctor, doctor of medicine

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation m.

meridie – at midday, noon

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation N.B.

nota bene -- note well (pay attention to this)

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation op. cit.

opere citato – in the work cited/mentioned

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation per cent

per centum -- by the hundred

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation P.M.

post meridiem -- afternoon

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation pro tem.

pro tempore -- for the time being

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation P.S.

post scriptum -- written afterward

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation Q.E. D.

Quod erat demonstrandum – that which must be demonstrated

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation q.v.

quod vide -- which see

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation Rx

recipe -- take as prescribed (medical term)

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation viz.

videlicet -- namely

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Give the Latin and English for the abbreviation vs.

versus -- against

25

Give the Latin motto and its translation for the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer logo.

ars artis gratia -- art for the sake of art

26

Give the Latin and English for the phrase found on a mosaic in Pompei.

cave canem -- beware of the dog

27

Give the Latin and English for the the motto of the United States that is found on all coins.

e pluribus unum --from many, one (one out of many)

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Give the Latin and English for the mottoes found on $1 bill.

Annuit Coeptis -- he (God) looks with favor on our undertakings AND Novus Ordo Seclorum -- A new order of the ages

29

Give the Latin and English for the motto of the U.S. Marine Corps.

semper fidelis -- always faithful

30

Give the Latin and English for the motto of the U.S. Coast Guard.

semper paratus -- always prepared

31

Give the English and author of the phrase veni, vidi, vici.

I came, I saw, I conquered -- Julius Caesar

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Give the English and author of the phrase errare humanum est.

to err is human -- Seneca

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Give the English and author of the phrase carpe diem.

seize the day -- Horace

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Give the English and author of the phrase ars longa, vita brevis.

art is long, life is short -- Horace

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Give the English and author of the phrase et tu, Brute!

even you, Brutus -- Julius Caesar

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Give the English and author of the phrase festina lente.

make haste slowly -- Augustus

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What was the phrase Constantine saw in the sky before the battle of the Milvian Bridge, and what does it translate as?

in hoc signo vinces -- by this sign you will conquer

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Give the English and author of the phrase mens sana in corpore sano.

a sound mind in a sound body -- Juvenal

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Give the Latin and English for the National motto of Canada

A mari usque ad mare -- from sea to sea

40

Give the Latin and English for the motto of modern Olympics

citius, altius, fortius -- swifter, higher, stronger

41

What was said by Caesar, as he was about to cross the Rubicon, and what does it mean?

alea iacta est -- the die is cast

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Give the English and author of the phrase Audentis Fortuna iuvat

Fortune favors the brave. Virgil

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Give the English and author of the phrase Rident stolidi verba Latina.

~ Fools laugh at the Latin language.----Ovid

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Give the English and author of the phrase Nec verbum verbo curabis reddere fidus interpres.

~ As a true translator you will take care not to translate word for word.----Horace

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Give the English and author of the phrase Difficile est tenere quae acceperis nisi exerceas.

~ It is difficult to retain what you may have learned unless you should practice it.----Pliny the Younger

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation Rx.

recipe -- take

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation a.c.

ante cibos -- before meals

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation p.c.

post cibos -- after meal

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation c

cum -- with

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation s

sine -- without

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation prn

pro re nata -- as needed

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation gtt.

guttae -- drops

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation b.i.d.

bis in die -- twice a day

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation t.i.d.

ter in die -- three times a day

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation q.i.d

quater in die -- four times a day

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation p.o.

per os -- by mouth

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation stat.

statim -- immediately

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation aq.

aqua -- water

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation q.s.

quantum sufficiat -- as much as needed

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation sig.

signa -- write

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation non rep

non repetatur --do not repeat

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation h.s.

hora somni -- at bedtime

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation o.d.

oculus dexter -- right eye

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Give the Latin and English for the medical abbreviation o.s.

oculus sinister -- left eye

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Give the English for the phrase ab ovo usque ad mala

from the egg to the apple (like “from soup to nuts”)

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Give the English for the phrase ad hoc

for this purpose

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Give the English for the phrase ad infinitum

without end

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Give the English for the phrase ad nauseam

to the point of disgust

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Give the English for the phrase alma mater

nourishing mother -- for any school/college

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Give the English for the phrase ante bellum

before the war

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Give the English for the phrase bona fide

in good faith

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Give the English for the phrase caveat emptor

let the buyer beware

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Give the English for the phrase de gustibus non est disputandum

there is no accounting for tastes; everyone to his own taste

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Give the English for the phrase corpus delicti

the body of the crime

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Give the English for the phrase cum grano salis

with a grain of salt

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Give the English for the phrase de facto

in fact; actually

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Give the English for the phrase de jure

by right; legally

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Give the English for the phrase de mortuis nil nisi bonum

speak only good of the dead

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Give the English for the phrase divide et impera

divide and rule

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Give the English for the phrase ex libris

from the books of

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Give the English for the phrase errare humanum est

to err is human

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Give the English for the phrase et tu, Brute!

even you, Brutus!

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Give the English for the phrase exit; exeunt

he goes out; they go out

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Give the English for the phrase ex officio

by virtue of office

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Give the English for the phrase ex post facto -

enacted after the fact; retroactive

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Give the English for the phrase ex tempore -

on the spur of the moment

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Give the English for the phrase festina lente:

make haste slowly

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Give the English for the phrase habeas corpus:

a writ to bring a detained person before a judge (lit. you must have the body)

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Give the English for the phrase in absentia -

in absence

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Give the English for the phrase in loco parentis -

in the place of a parent

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Give the English for the phrase in medias res -

in the middle of things

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Give the English for the phrase in memoriam -

in memory of

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Give the English for the phrase in re -

in the matter of; concerning

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Give the English for the phrase in toto -

entirely

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Give the English for the phrase ipso facto -

by the very fact itself

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Give the English for the phrase lapsus linguae -

a slip of the tongue

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Give the English for the phrase modus operandi

a method of working

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Give the English for the phrase modus vivendi:

a method of living

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Give the English for the phrase multum in parvo:

much in little

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Give the English for the phrase ne plus ultra:

nothing more beyond; perfection

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Give the English for the phrase non compos mentis:

not of sound mind

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Give the English for the phrase non sequitur:

it does not follow; an illogical inference

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Give the English for the phrase pater patriae

father of his country

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Give the English for the phrase pax vobiscum -

peace be with you

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Give the English for the phrase per annum -

by the year

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Give the English for the phrase per capita -

by heads

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Give the English for the phrase per diem -

by the day

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Give the English for the phrase per se -

by itself; essentially

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Give the English for the phrase persona non grata -

an unwelcome person

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Give the English for the phrase post mortem -

after death

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Give the English for the phrase prima facie -

on first sight or appearance

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Give the English for the phrase post proelium, praemium:

after the battle, the reward

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Give the English for the phrase pro and con(tra) -

for and against

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Give the English for the phrase pro bono public -

for the public welfare

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Give the English for the phrase pro tempore -

for the time being

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Give the English for the phrase quid pro quo -

something for something

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Give the English for the phrase sic transit gloria mundi -

thus passes the glory of the world

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Give the English for the phrase sine die -

indefinitely; without setting a day

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Give the English for the phrase sine qua non -

indispensable; a necessity

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Give the English for the phrase status quo -

the existing state of affairs

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Give the English for the phrase stet:

let it stand (printing term)

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Give the English for the phrase te Deum laudamus:

we praise you, O Lord

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Give the English for the phrase tempus fugit -

time flies

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Give the English for the phrase terra firma -

solid ground

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Give the English for the phrase vade mecum -

a constant companion (go with me)

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Give the English for the phrase verbatim --

word for word

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Give the English for the phrase via -

by way of

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Give the English for the phrase vice versa

the other way around

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Give the English for the phrase vigilantia pretium libertatis:

vigilance is the price of liberty

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Give the English for the phrase viva voce

by spoken word; orally

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Give the English for the phrase vox populi, vox Dei:

the voice of the people is the voice of God

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of District of Columbia

Iustitia omnibus -- Justice for all

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Kansas

Ad astra per aspera -- to the stars through difficultie

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Wyoming

Cedant arma togae -- Let arms yield to the toga (peace)

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Idaho

Esto perpetua -- May it last forever

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of West Virginia

Montani semper liberi -- Mountaineers are always free

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of New York

Excelsior -- Ever upward/higher

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of North Carolina

Esse quam videri -- to be rather than to seem

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Oklahoma

Labor omnia vincit --Work conquers all

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Arkansas

Regnat populus -- the people rule

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Arizona

Ditat Deus -- God enriches

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Michigan

Si quaeris paeninsulam amoenam circumspice -- If you seek a pleasant peninsula, look around you

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Mississippi

Virtute et armis -- by valor and arms

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Give the Latin and English for BOTH mottoes of the state of South Carolina

Dum spiro, spero --While there's life, there's hope (While I breathe, I hope) AND Animis opibusque parati -- Prepared in mind and resources

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Maryland

Scuto bonae voluntatis Tuae coronasti nos -- with the shield of Thy goodwill Thou has covered us

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Massachusetts

Ense petit placidam sub libertate quietem -- with the sword she seeks calm peace under liberty

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Maine

Dirigo -- I point the way

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of New Mexico

Crescit eundo -- it grows as it goes

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Colorado

Nil sine numine -- nothing without divine guidance

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Connecticut

Qui transtulit sustinet -- He who transplanted, sustains

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Virginia

Sic semper tyrannis -- thus ever to tyrant

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Alabama

Audemus iura nostra defendere -- we dare defend our right

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Missouri

Salus populi suprema lex esto -- the welfare of the people shall be the supreme law

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the state of Oregon

Alis volat propriis -- He flies by his own wings

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of Michigan

Artes, scientia, veritas: Arts, knowledge, truth

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of Florida

Civium in moribus rei publicae salus: The welfare of the states lies in the character of its citizens.

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of Chicago

Crescat scientia, vita excolatur: Let knowledge grow, let life be enriched

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of Texas

Disciplina praesidium civitatis: Training, the defense of the state

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of the South (Sewanee)

Ecce quam bonum: Behold how good

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Brown University

In Deo speramus: In God we trust

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Columbia University

In lumine tuo videbimus lumen: In your light, we shall see the light

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of Nebraska

Litteris dedicata et omnibus artibus: Dedicated to letters and all the arts

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of North Dakota

Lux et lex: Light and law

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Yale University

Lux et veritas: Light and truth

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of New Mexico

Lux hominum vita: Light, the life of men

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of Washington

Lux sit: Let there be light

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of Oregon

Mens agitat molem: Mind moves the mass

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Hunter College

Mihi cura futuri: My care is for the future

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Brooklyn College

Nil sine magno labore: Nothing without great labor

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Tulane University

Non sibi, sed suis: Not for herself, but for her own

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of New York University

Perstare et praestare: To persevere and surpass

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Trinity College

Pro ecclesia et patria: For church and country

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the City College of New York

Respice, adspice, prospice: Look to the past, look to the present, look to the future

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of Missouri

Salus populi: The welfare of the people

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Fordham University

Sapientia et doctrina: Wisdom and knowledge

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Delaware College

Scientia sol mentis: Knowledge, the sun of the mind

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of Vermont

Studiis et rebus honestis: To honorable pursuits and deeds

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Amherst College

Terras irradient: Let them illuminate the earth

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Harvard University

Veritas: Truth

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Johns Hopkins University

Veritas vos liberabit: The truth will set you free

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of the University of Mississippi

Virtute et armis: By valor and arms

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Give the Latin and English for the motto of Dartmouth College

Vox clamantis in deserto: The voice of one crying in the wilderness