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consuetudo pro lege servaturcustom is observed as law
auro pulsa fides, auro venalia jura, aurum lex sequitur, mox sine lege pudorby gold all good faith has been banished, by gold our rights are abused, the law itself follows gold, and soon there will be an end to every modest restraint
bonarum rerum consuetudo pessima estnothing is worse than being accustomed to good things (or good fortune) (Publilius Syrus)
consuetudocustom, usage, habit, intimacy, familiar acquaintance
consuetudo est altera lexcustom is a second law
consuetudo est secunda naturacustom is a second nature (St. Augustine)
consuetudo manerii et loci est observandathe custom of the manor and the place is to be observed
consuetudo quasi altera naturahabit is as second nature (Cicero)
dilationes in lege sunt odiosædelays in the law are odious
Hac legeWith this law
Labera legeRead my lips
Labra lege.Read my lips.
Lege et lacrimaRead it and weep
lege totum si vis scire totumread the whole if you wish to know the whole
lege, quæsoI beg you read (a note appended to the top of student papers inviting tutors to read their work)
mos pro legecustom for law
necessitas fortiter ferre docet, consuetudo facilenecessity teaches us to bear misfortunes bravely, habit to bear them easily (Seneca)
non sine lege capillislet not your hair be out of order (Ovid)
Nullum crimen sine lege, nulla poena sine legeNo crime and no punishment without a (pre-existing) law
numerisque fertur lege solutishe is borne along in numbers free from law (Horace)
pro rege, lege, et gregefor king, law, and the people (i.e., for ruler, rule, and ruled)
quicquid servatur, cupimus magiswe covet what is guarded (Ovid)
Quicquid servatur, cupimus magis: ipsaque furem Cura vocat. Pauci, quod sinit alter, amantWe covet what is guarded; the very care invokes the thief. Few love what they may have. --- Ovid [Publius Ovidius Naso]
quod est inconveniens et contra rationem non est permissum in legewhatever is inconvenient and contrary to reason is not permitted in law
sub lege libertasliberty under the law
tolle lege, tolle legetake up and read, take up and read (St. Augustine)
vetus consuetudo naturæ vim obtinetan ancient custom obtains force of nature (Cicero)
vetustas pro lege semper habeturancient custom is always held as law
æqua lege necessitas, sortitur insignes et imosnecessity apportions impartiality to the high and the low (Horace)
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