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“Bene ferre magnam disce fortunam Hor. Fortunam reverenter habe, quicunque repente Dives ab exili progrediere loco.”
“Crimine ab uno disce omnes, take this for a taste.”
“I will not say, ex hoc disce omnes; but it really appears to be the case, that these works are not studied by those for whom they are written — not studied, at all events, to advantage.”
“The women have decided to work on constitutional reforms to ensure there are no more loopholes allowing for any form of disce section of the current constitution prohibits discrimination on the grounds of sex, while another states that it is lawful to disciminate in areas of family law, customary law, inheritance divorce or marriage.”
“As for Hugh of Saint-Victor, a curious mind and good pedagogue, he gave his readers the following advice: learn everything, you will see later that nothing is superfluous (omnia disce, videbis postea nihil esse superfluum).”
“*  Mi dulcis frater, disce Christum et hunc crucifixum, disce ei cantare, et de teipso desperans dicere ei; tu Domine Jesu es justitia mea, ego autem sum peccatum tuum; tu assumpsisti meum, et dedisti mihi tuum; assumpsisti quod non eras, et dedisti mihi quod non eram.”
“Learn then the perfidy of the Major and _ex uno disce, omnes_.”
“Then follows an examination of the Congregational and Presbyterian creeds, under the supposition, absurdly false, '_ex uno disce omnes_.”
“They have claimed for him the most important place in the body politic, and as, _ex uno disce omnes_, the whole should be homogeneous with a part, especially the main part, it follows that the negro, and the negro alone, should be allowed to rule in a land where, as Southerners declare, 'God clearly intended him to live.”
“Id quoq; sirenuis, geometrica cerne vetusta plurima milliacis disce referta notis.”
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