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  • _ _Non sic causa intelligi debet, ut quod cuique antecedat, id ei causa sit; sed quod cuique_ EFFICIENTER _antecedat.

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  • But the phrase dates back to Plato and Cicero, who wrote, “Justitia suum cuique distribuit”: “Justice renders to everyone his due.”

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  • Stat sua cuique dies; breve et irreparabile tempus omnibus est vitae; sed famam extendere facti, hoc virtutis opus.

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  • ‘Suum cuique tribuito,’ was the Roman justice, and

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  • Stat sua cuique dies, breve et irreparabile tempus

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  • Fraudes hominum et ingeniorum capturae, officinas invenere istas, in quibus sua cuique venalis promittitur vita; statim compositiones et mixturae inexplicabiles ex Arabia et India, ulceri parvo medicina a rubro mari importatur.

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  • Duo praecepta juris una nocte expressit, neminem laeserat et honeste vixerat, sed an suum cuique reddidisset, quaeri poterat.

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  • Sua cuique civitati (Laeli) religio sit, nostra nobis, Tully thought fit every city should be free in this behalf, adore their own Custodes et Topicos Deos, tutelar and local gods, as Symmachus calls them.

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  • Vide Oswaldum Crollium, lib. de internis rerum signaturis, de herbis particularibus parti cuique convenientibus.

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  • Suum cuique tribuere, coram populo; ID delenda est.

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