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animus non deficit æquusa well-balanced mind is not wanting (i.e., equanimity does not fail us)
Cum bellum deficit, tum pax imminetWhen the war process breaks down, peace will be imminent (Robert B. Mackay)
deficit omne quod nascitureverything that is born passes away (Quintilian)
est hic, est ubi vis, animus si te non deficit æquusit is here, it is everywhere, if only a well-regulated mind does not fail you (Horace, said of happiness)
non deficit alteranother is not wanting (Virgil)
primo avulso non deficit alter aureusthe first being wrenched away, another of gold succeeds (Virgil)
qui non proficit, deficitthe one who does not make progress loses ground
qui proficit in literis et deficit in moribus, plus deficit quam proficitthe one who is proficient in learning and deficient in morals is more deficient than proficient
Quinon proficit deficitHe who does not advance, go backwards
uno avulso, non deficit alterwhen one is plucked away, another shall not be wanting (i.e., when you save one, another person in need will appear) (Virgil)
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