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Adversity reminds men of religion. [Lat., Adverse res admonent religionum.]

Adversity Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (V, 51)

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Men's plans should be regulated by the circumstances, not circumstances by the plans. [Lat., Consilia res magis dant hominibus quam homines rebus.]

Circumstance Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (XXII, 39)

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It is easy at any moment to resign the possession of a great fortune; to acquire it is difficult and arduous. [Lat., Facile est momento quo quis velit, cedere possessione magnae fortunae; facere et parare eam, difficile atque arduum est.]

Wealth Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (XXIV, 22)

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As soon as she (woman) begins to be ashamed of what she ought not, she will not be ashamed of what she ought. [Lat., Nae simul pudere quod non oportet coeperit; quod oportet non pudebit.]

Shame Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (XXXIV, 4)

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We survive on adversity and perish in ease and comfort.

Adversity Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (V, 51)

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It takes a long time to bring excellence to maturity.

Maturity Quotes, by Titus Livy

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Present sufferings seem far greater to men than those they merely dread. [Lat., Graviora quae patiantur videntur jam hominibus quam quae metuant.]

Suffering Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (III, 39)

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Men's minds are too ingenious in palliating guilt in themselves. [Lat., Ingenia humana sunt ad suam cuique levandam culpam nimio plus facunda.]

Guilt Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (XXVIII, 25)

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A woman's mind is affected by the meanest gifts. [Lat., Parvis mobilis rebus animus muliebris.]

Gifts Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (VI, 34)

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Treachery, though at first very cautious, in the end betrays itself. [Lat., Ipsa se fraus, etiamsi initio cautior fuerit, detegit.]

Treachery Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (XLIV, 15)

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Necessity is the last and strongest weapon. [Lat., Necessitas ultimum et maximum telum est.]

Necessity Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (IV, 28)

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Experience is the teacher of fools. [Lat., Stultorum eventus magister est.]

Experience Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (XXII, 39)

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The worst kind of shame is being ashamed of frugality or poverty. [Lat., Pessimus quidem pudor vel est parsimoniae vel frugalitatis.]

Shame Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (XXXIV, 4)

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In great straits and when hope is small, the boldest counsels are the safest.

Advice Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (XXV, 38)

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Envy, like fire, soars upward. [Lat., Invidiam, tamquam ignem, summa petere.]

Envy Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (VIII, 31)

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No man likes to be surpassed by those of this own level. [Lat., A proximis quisque minime anteire vult.]

Envy Quotes, by Titus Livy , Source: Annales (XXXVIII, 49)

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In difficult and hopeless situations the boldest plans are the safest.

Boldness Quotes, by Titus Livy

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