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  • Per ardua ad astra. on March 7, 2008 at 4: 50 pm | Reply Anon

    Thin Blue Line « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Her ardua ad astra - her efforts got her a hatchback

    On foreign ludicity

  • The RAF expressed this brilliantly in its motto "Per ardua ad astra" ( "Through adversity to the stars") – but every pilot needs a navigator.

    Red pen blues

  • Desde que nació este blog, me he dedicado a la tarea ardua de separar la maleza del trigo.

    veruscio Diary Entry

  • With eyes fixed on the noble goal to which “per aspera et ardua” they tend, they may, now and then, be stirred to momentary wrath by the unnecessary obstacles with which the ignorant, or the malicious, encumber, if they cannot bar, the difficult path; but why should their souls be deeply vexed?

    Essays

  • I shall lead thee per ardua montium, et lubrica valllum, et roscida cespitum, et [147] glebosa camporum, through variety of objects, that which thou shalt like and surely dislike.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • I.ii. regibus hic mos est: ubi equos mercantur, opertos inspiciunt, ne, si facies, ut saepe, decora molli fulta pede est, emptorem inducat hiantem, quod pulchrae clunes, breve quod caput, ardua cervix. and see Virg.

    On Horsemanship

  • Sadie Westmonster is of the per ardua astra work ethic and has roared into the Flying Lion homework set by Professor Watson, who never asks a question when he doesn't know the answer.

    Cam-Croft: Unpermissable Air Con and Carbon Coughing

  • Terra Marique per pericula per ardua amicae comiti

    Vailima Letters

  • Per ardua ad astra, Aunt August had so often reminded her.

    Devlin’s Light

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