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Results for: at the scene of the crime Translations: 1 – 30 / 67 English Latin a crime of a very deep dye (i.e., one committed by a respected person) (Juvenal) facinus majoris abollæ a prohibited evil (i.e., a crime because it is forbidden by law) malum prohibitum A prohibited wrong. A crime that society decides is wrong for some reason, not inherently evil Malum prohibitum alas, that so great a crime falls upon anyone! (Paradin) heu, cadit in quemquam tantum scelus! bad deed, crime, villainy, deed, action facina -oris Blameless of life and free from crime. (Horace) Integer vitæ scelerisque purus. Capable of crime Doli capax crime is always fearful semper timidum scelus crime levels all whom it defiles (i.e., puts all on equal terms) (Lucan) facinus quos inquinat æquat crime often falls back upon its author’s head (Seneca) sæpe in magistrum scelera redierunt sua crime puts on an equal footing those whom it defiles crimen quos inquinat, æquat crime, sin, evil deed, wickedness scelus sceleris crime, when it succeeds, is called virtue (Seneca) prosperum et felix scelus virtus vocatur dust, powder, arena, scene of action pulvis evil, misfortune, misdeed, crime, injury, damage malum fault, vice, crime vitium For whose benefit is it? (a maxim sometimes used in the detection of crime) (Cicero) Cui bono? from the guilt (or crime) of one learn the nature of them all (Virgil) crimine ab uno disce omnes he has committed the crime who has derived the profit (Seneca) cui prodest scelus, is fecit he portrays a dolphin in the woods and a boar in the waves (i.e., he introduces objects unsuited to the scene) (Horace) delphinum silvis appingit, fluctibus aprum hunger that impels the crime (Virgil) malesuada fames If this be crime, it is the crime of love. Hoc si crimen erit, crimen amoris erit impunity is always an invitation to a greater crime (Coke) impunitas semper ad deteriora invitat in times of trouble leniency becomes crime fit scelus indulgens per nubila sæcula virtus It is better that a crime is left unpunished than that an innocent man is punished. (Corpus Iuris Civilis) Satius est impunitum relinqui facinus nocentis, quam innocentem damnari it is not the condemnation but the crime that disgraces a man (Seneca) non damnatio sed causa hominem turpem facit it is unlawful to overcome crime by crime (Seneca) nunquam scelus scelere vincendum est it would take long to enumerate how great an amount of crime was everywhere perpetrated; even the report itself came short of the truth (Ovid) longa mora est, quantum noxæ sit ubique repertum enumerare; minor fuit ipsa infamia vero let the punishment equal the crime (Cicero) noxiæ pœna par esto like a scene in a play in theatro ludus
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