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chapter twenty one

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Domine, dirige nos LORD, direct us.
Dominus illiminatio mea the LORD is my light
abeunt studia in mores practices zealously pursued pass in to hab its
dies irae the day of wrath
dies faustus dies infaustus an auspicious day/ an inauspicious day
nefasti dies legal holidays
truditur dies in dies (one) day pushes forth into the (next) day
albo lapillo notare diem to mark a day with a white stone
res ipsa loquitur the thing itself speaks
res in cardine est the matter is on a door hinge
res angusta domi constricted circumstances at home
res inter alios a matter between other (people)
res publica the affairs of the people
caveant consules ne quid detrimenti respublica capiat "beware, consuls, that the republic receive no harm"
argumentum ad rem an argument to the matter
rem acu tetigisti you have touched (it) with a needle
(in) re in the matter (of)
ad perpetuam rei memoriam for the perpetual remeberance of the thing
in rerum natura in the nature of the things
tempus edax rerum time, the devourer of (all) the things
felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causas happy is he who has been able to learn the causes of the things
est modus in rebus there is a moderation in the things
dum vita est spes est while there is life, there is still hope
ne quid nimis nothing too much
quid pro quo something for something
Created by: swimkick101