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  • Adulatio vitiorum altrix.
  • Adulatio, lingua canina vel pictoris penicillus.
  • Adulatio, perpetuum malum regum.
    it] L'adulazione è il male perpetuo dei re.
  • Adulation du corps et de l'âme est vraye poison.
  • Adulatione, e fittione sono la pincia de' grandi.
  • Adulator blandus inimicus dicitur.
  • Adulator cum laudat, pungit.
  • Adulator niger est: hunc tu caveto.
  • Adulator non est verus amator.
  • Adulator peior quam inimicus.
  • Adulator propriis commodis tantum studet.
    it] L'adulatore pensa solo ai propri interessi.
  • Adulator quippe blandus inimicus est.
  • Adulatores sunt simulatores.
  • Adulatores ut inimicos cave; corrumpunt fictis laudibus leves animas.
  • Adulatori e parassiti son come i pidocchi.
    var] Adulatori e parassiti sono come i pidocchi.
  • Adulatoris laus est speciosa fraus.
  • Adulatort propriis commodis tamtum suadet.
    it] L'adulatore tiene di mira solo i suoi interessi.
  • Adulescens cum sis, tum cum est sanguis integer, rei tuae quaerendae convenit operam dare.
  • Adulescens, durius est mihi hoc dicere quam facere.
  • Adulescentem verecundum esse decet.
  • Adulescentes a lascivia sevocare difficile bellum.
  • Adulescenti morigerari oportet.
  • Adulescentia deferbuit.
    de] Die Jugend hat sich ausgetobt.
  • Adulescentia nihil esse melius, senectute nihil detestabilius.
  • Adulescentia nulla re magis quam exemplis instruitur.
  • Adulescentibus praesertim fugienda est occasio mali.
  • Adulescentium animos praematuris honoribus ad superbiam extollere.
    it] Far insuperbire gli animi dei giovani con onori intempestivi.
  • Adulter est uxoris amator acrior.
    Publilius Syrus, Sententiae falso inter publilianas receptae
  • Adulteratores monetae.
  • Adultério é o acesso ao leito ou ao útero alheio.
  • Adulterium certe sine duobus committi non potest.
  • Adulterium est ad alterum torum vel uterum accessio.
  • Adulterium non est delictum capitale, quia circa inferiora commititur.
  • Adulterium sine dolo malo non comittitur.
  • Adulterium sine dolo malo non committitur.
  • Aduncos ungues habentes ne alas.
  • Aduprà i cinqui dita.
  • Advarsel skal formit des med roes, som citron med zukker, og salat med Olie.
  • Advena fui in terra aliena.
  • Advena tondet anno lanam sub ventre nec armo.
  • Advenae, et pupillo, et viduae non feceritis calumniam.
  • Advenam et pupillum et viduam nolite contristare, neque opprimatis inique.
  • Advenant le prince cesse le magistrat.
  • Adveniat Regnum Tuum.
    Matthäus 6,10).
    de] Dein Reich komme.
  • Adveniente die iudicii, non quaeretur a nobis quid legimus, sed quid fecimus.
  • Adveniente die praefixo.
  • Adventicia bona.
  • Adventicia doctrina.
  • Adventure is not outside man; it is within.
    David Grayson
  • Adventures are to the adventurous.
  • Adversa ex secundis, ex adversis secunda nascuntur.
  • Adversa fortuna.
    de] Mit widrigem Geschick.
  • Adversa magnos probant.
  • Adversa quae mutuo amici ferunt leviora sunt.
  • Adversa virtute repello.
  • Adversa.
  • Adversae res admonent ad religionem.
  • Adversae res admonent religionem.
    de] Unglück erinnert an die Religion.
    Titus Livius
    nl] Tegenspoed spoort aan tot godsdienst.
  • Adversae res edomant et docent.
    it] Secundae res trudere solent a recte consulendo atque intelligendo.
  • Adversae res.
  • Adversante et repugnante natura.
  • Adversante fortuna.
  • Adversante natura.
  • Adversário quieto, inimigo dobrado.
  • Adversariorum minae aurigarum scuticae.
  • Adversarius vester diabolus tamquam leo rugiens circuit, quaerens quem devoret.
  • Adversarum impetus rerum viri fortis non vertit animum.
    it] L'impeto delle avversità non cambia l'animo dell'uomo forte.
  • Adversis etenim frangi non esse virorum.
  • Adversis rerum immersabilis undis.
  • Adversity and loss make a man wise.
  • Adversity brings knowledge, and knowledge wisdom.
  • Adversity causes some men to break; others to break records.
    William Arthur Ward
  • Adversity does teach who your real friends are.
    Lois McMaster Bujold
  • Adversity flatters no man
  • Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents, which, in prosperous circumstances, would have lain dormant.
    Horace
  • Adversity is a good teacher.
  • Adversity is a great schoolmaster.
  • Adversity is easier borne than prosperity forgot.
  • Adversity is no match for tenacity.
  • Adversity is the mother of wisdom.
    var] Adversity is the school of wisdom.
  • Adversity is the state in which man most easily becomes acquainted with himself, being especially free of admirers then.
    Samuel Johnson
  • Adversity is the touchstone of friendship.
  • Adversity is the touchstone of virtue.
  • Adversity is the trial of principle. Without it a man hardly knows whether he is honest or not.
    Henry Fielding
  • Adversity makes a man wise, not rich.
  • Adversity makes a man wise.
  • Adversity makes men; prosperity makes monsters.
  • Adversity makes strange bedfellows.
  • Adversity makes wise though not rich.
  • Adversity makes wise.
  • Adversity tries friends.
  • Adverso flumine niti.
  • Adverso flumine remigare.
  • Adverso flumine.
    de] Gegen den Strom, flußaufwärts, mit widriger Strömung
  • Adversum me susurrabant omnes inimici mei.
  • Adversum necessitatem ne di quidem resistunt.
  • Adversum necessitatem ne dii quidem resistunt.
  • Adversum stimulum calces.
    de] Wider den Stachel löcken.
  • Adversus aërem certare.
  • Adversus bonos mores.
  • Adversus clavos calcitrare.
  • Adversus consentientes nullus rex satis validus est; discordia et seditio omnia opportuna insidiantibus faciunt.
    it] Contro individui concordi nessun re è abbastanza potente; ma la discordia e la sedizione offrono infiniti vantaggi agli avversari.
  • Adversus deum non oportet contendere.
  • Adversus doli exceptionem non dari replicationem doli.
  • Adversus experimenta pertinaces sumus.
  • Adversus fiscum usucapio non procedit.
  • Adversus fontes fluunt amnes.
  • Adversus hostem aeterna auctoritas.
    it] Verso il nemico la nostra autorità deve essere eterna.
  • Adversus hostes necessaria est ira.
  • Adversus hostes nulla praetereunda est occasio.
  • Adversus iniusta arma pio iustoque se bello tutari.
    it] Defindersi con una guerra giusta e santa contro l'ingiusto attentato.
  • Adversus leonem capra pugnam non ineat.
  • Adversus leonem damae pugnam ineunt.
  • Adversus miseros inhumanus est iocus.
  • Adversus necessitatem ne dii quidem resistunt.
  • Adversus numinis decretum nihil valet humana providentia.
  • Adversus omnes alios hostile odium.
  • Adversus omnes.
  • Adversus periculum nationalis ratio permittit se defendere.
  • Adversus periculum naturalis ratio permittit se defendere.
  • Adversus periculum naturalis ratio permittit se defendere.
    fr] Face au danger, la raison naturelle permet de se défendre.
  • Adversus solem loqui.
  • Adversus solem ne loquaris, ne videlicet incidas in periculum.
  • Adversus solem ne loquere.
  • Adversus solem ne loquitor.
    fr] Ne parle pas contre le Soleil.
  • Adversus stimulos calces iaces.
  • Adversus stimulum ne calcitres.
  • Adverte o amigo em sigilo; louva-o em público.
  • Adverte os amigos em sigilo; louva-os em público.
  • Advertidos pelo exemplo, aprendei a justiça e a não menosprezar os deuses.
  • Advertir um velho é o mesmo que medicar um morto.
  • Advertirás o amigo em segredo, e o louvarás em público.
  • Advertisements... contain the only truths to be relied on in a newspaper.
    Thomas Jefferson
  • Advertising (o.puffing) is part of the trade.
  • Advertising is a valuable economic factor because it is the cheapest way of selling goods, particularly if the goods are worthless.
    Sinclair Lewis
  • Advertising is the modern substitute for argument; its function is to make the worse appear the better.
    George Santayana
  • Advertising may be described as the science of arresting the human intelligence long enough to get money from it.
    Stephen Leacock
  • Advesperascit.
    it] Si fa sera, si fa buio.
  • Advice after an evil is done is like medicine after death.
    tü] Araba kırılınca/devrildikten sonra yol gösteren çok olur.
  • Advice after the mischief is like medicine after death.
  • Advice given in the midst of a crowd is loathsome.
  • Advice is a stranger; if he's welcome he stays for the night; if not, he leaves the same day.
  • Advice is cheap.
  • Advice is cheap.
    fr] Les conseilleurs ne sont pas les payeurs.
  • Advice is least heeded when most needed.
  • Advice is not compulsion.
  • Advice is very easy to give, and even easier not to follow, so I don't fool with it.
    Randy Pausch
  • Advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but wish we didn't.
    Erica Jong
  • Advice most needed is least heeded.
  • Advice sharpens a rusty opinion.
  • Advice should be viewed from behind.
  • Advice should precede the act.
  • Advice to a fool goes in at one ear and out at the other.
  • Advice when most needed is least heeded.
  • Advice, not punishment, is what fits folly.
  • Advienne que pourra.
    de] Komme, was wolle.
    en] Come what may.
  • Advient souvent à grands personages, n'avoir enfans, ou non pas sag.
    var] Advient souvent à grands personnages, n'avoir enfants, ou non pas sages.
    var] Advient souvent à grans personaiges n'avoir enfans, ou non pas saiges.
  • Advient souvent à grands personnages, n'avoir enfants, ou non pas sages.
  • Adviento, es tiempo de viento.
  • Advise someone against something.
  • Advisers are not givers.
  • Advisers are not the payers.
  • Advisers run no risks.
  • Advising is easier than helping.
  • Advising is often better than fighting.
  • Advisors aren't the ones who pay.
  • Advocati ecclesiae.
    de] Die Anwälte der Kirche
  • Advocati nascuntur, iudices fiunt.
  • Advocati temperent se ab iniuria.
  • Advocatorum error litigatoribus non noceat.
  • Advocatorum error litigatoribus non nocet.
  • Advocats chavossors et à la courte monnoye.
  • Advocats ne voyent goutte en leurs causes.
  • Advocatus a potentiore discede: ex hoc enim magis te advocabit.
  • Advocatus angeli.
    de] Anwalt des Engels
  • Advocatus Dei.
    de] Anwalt Gottes
  • Advocatus diaboli.
    de] Anwalt des Teufels.
    it] Avvocato del diavolo.
  • Advocatus et non latro Res miranda gentibus.
  • Advocatus non accusat.
  • Advocatus non accusat.
    de] Ein Anwalt klagt nicht an
  • Advocatus non est latro, res miranda populo.
    it] È un avvocato non un ladro, cosa di cui la gente si deve meravigliare.
  • Advocatus Sancti Sepulchri.
    nl] beschermer van het Heilig Graf, eretitel van Godfried van Bouillon.
  • Advocatz ne voient goutte en leurs causes.
  • Advocoten un Wagenreader möt beide smeart weren.
  • Advogado de porta do xadrez.
  • Advogado do diabo literário.
  • Advogado e não ladrão É coisa que causa admiração às pessoas.
  • Advogados nascem feitos, juízes fazem-se.
  • Advokat, dass heißt, einer, der aus jeder Sache etwas zu machen weiß?
    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (1749-1832), zu F. J. Frommann, 1827
  • Advokaten - Schadvokaten.
    i] Auch von Rechthabern. Daher entbrannte der Zorn des deutschen Volkes nach der Freiheitsschlacht unter Hermann am heftigsten gegen die römischen Advokaten, deren Justizkunst sie für eitel Rechtsverdrehung achteten, so dass keiner am Leben blieb.
    it] L'avvocato non ha l'occhio alla borsa del cliento, ma alla sua.
  • Advokaten - Teufelsbraten.
    Schaumburg
  • Advokaten haben lange Tagwerke.
  • Advokaten halten es nicht wie die Kutscher: sie nehmen das Trinkgeld, bevor sie starten.
    var] Advokaten treiben es wie Kutscher, sie halten die Hand auf, bevor sie starten.
  • Advokaten leben nicht von Prozessen, sondern von der Elle, womit sie sie messen.
  • Advokaten lieben Dukaten.
    it] Agli avvocati piacciono i ducati.
  • Advokaten treiben es wie Kutscher, sie halten die Hand auf, bevor sie starten.
  • Advokaten und Ärzte leben gut von anderer Schaden.
    dk] Lov-kjön og barsker have gavn af andres skade.
  • Advokaten und Lachse machen oft seltsame Sprünge.
  • Advokaten und Maler können leicht aus Weiß Schwarz und aus Schwarz Weiß machen.
    dk] Lov-kjön og maler kand snart gjöre hvidt hvad sort er, og sort hvad hvidt er.
  • Advokaten und Maler können leicht blau aus schwarz und schwarz aus blau machen.
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