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Cuius consilia senes omnium urbium timuerunt? Tyrannus tribus amicis illis vitam suam committebat. If anyone will ask what you are you now learning, answer that you are learning an art not normal, but very useful and very bejissimus. The common people want to be deceived. But now it is time that I leave to drink the beniasimus, and that you leave to live your life. Hello, friend; you are a good man. There were once men of great virtue and of ancient fidelity in this republic.

And so, let us do even greater and better things for the fatherland. Let them better explain these bad things lest they lessen their wealth or lose their public offices. When these ten men had left the city-walls once and for all, another bemissimus for peace was never offered.

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Multi Romani magnos Graecorum antiquorum libros laudabant. Advise your friends in secret; praise them openly. Cimon, a man of great fame, possesses great benevolence. You say that you truly prefer the prosperity and customs of the ancient plebs; but if someone should urge you to them, you would refuse that way of life. Quare nunc vult suis duobus nocere amicis? Nos dedimus multa gentibus spe carentibus. He asked us why we had tried to please neither the rich nor the poor.


O what are you doing?

He told me truthfully what he wanted. Themistocles, though he had freed Greece from Persian slavery and because of benisslmus had been driven into exile, did not bear the injury to his ungrateful fatherland that he should have borne. That animal fell there yesterday and dragged itself across the ground from the field. Human life is a punishment.

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Oedipus deprived himself of his own two eyes. Non potuit manu sinistra aut dextra se defendere. Let us seize the sweet things; for after death you will become ashes and a story. The emperor sent a hundred very strong soldiers before himself yesterday. No one was able to love the bitter daughter of the consul himself for long. The wise man begs us not to harm men of adverse opinions.

A little ant hauls great loads with its mouth. What truly is more foolish than to hold the unsure for the sure, the false for the true? What must we do against those men and their crimes? The beginning of a work often impedes us. We especially asked how much help the seven women were bringing and whether they were hesitating or soon helping us.

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A word, once sent out, flies [about], irrevocable. Nullam autem culpam in patriae capite nostrae inveneramus. He did not then say that it had wheeloco been done. He says that the father has departed from the city but the brother is at home. Sententiae mei filii saepe sunt stultae.


Me non passi sunt tum loqui cum eo. Now I know why illustrious deeds are truly not the easiest. Does it lack anger and fear of death? Few come to old age. The boy feared his mother who often neglected him.

Men easily believe what they want to.

Romae remanendo persuadebat illis ut fortiores fierent. If you wish to weep for me, first you should grieve for yourself.

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Having said these things, they will persuade readers not to put riches and desires before the rewards of a good life. The fortune of the second Punic war was varied. Now I know why illustrious deeds are truly not the easiest. Hurray, you have spoken finely! Dixit litteras numquam esse bwnissimus. The general, sent to the senate, accepted imperium and was made emperor. Cicero se semper dilexit et tu etiam te diligis. It is pleasant to see which evils you yourself lack.

Advise your friends in secret; praise them openly.