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  • The man loses control of his boat and ends up adrift at sea for 10 days, but here we go again, semper paratus, always prepared, that's the Coast Guard motto.

    CNN Transcript Dec 16, 2009

  • Semper paratus is the Coast Guard motto, did you know that?

    CNN Transcript Sep 16, 2009

  • And now, with the approval of the daily dose, the impotent male can be semper paratus for any opportunity.

    Cialis AdWatch—deconstructing the ED drug ad

  • I know you guys are always - semper paratus when it comes to situations like this.

    CNN Transcript Mar 23, 2008

  • And now, with the approval of the daily dose, the impotent male can be semper paratus for any opportunity.

    Cialis AdWatch—deconstructing the ED drug ad

  • Revenue Cutter Service, a precursor to the modern Coast Guard, and Semper paratus had become the Coast Guard's motto circa 1910, when it first appeared on the Coast Guard flag.

    Letters to the Editor

  • Revenue Cutter Service, a precursor to the modern Coast Guard, and Semper paratus had become the Coast Guard's motto circa 1910, when it first appeared on the Coast Guard flag.

    Letters to the Editor

  • In truth, these two things are so connected, that a man cannot make a figure in business, who is not qualified to shine in the great world; and to succeed perfectly in either the one or the other, one must be in utrumque paratus.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • “Semper paratus,” I said, using the motto of our family crest, which means “Always prepared,” as we went inside.

    THE DIAMOND

  • “Semper paratus,” I said, using the motto of our family crest, which means “Always prepared,” as we went inside.

    THE DIAMOND

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