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sola salus servire Deoour only salvation is in serving God
A cruce salusFrom the cross comes salvation
a cruce salussalvation is by (or from) the Cross
centum doctum hominum consilia sola hæc devincit dea Fortunathis goddess, Fortune, single-handedly frustrates the plans of a hundred learned men (Plautus)
civium in moribus rei publicæ salusthe welfare of the state [depends upon] the morals of its citizens (motto of the University of Florida)
Deo servire regnare estto serve God is to reign
Dominus illuminatio mea, et salus mea, quem timebo?the Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear? (Psalm 26:1)
ea sola voluptas solamenque malithat was his sole delight and solace in his woe (Virgil)
emitur sola virtute potestasvirtue alone can purchase power (Claudian)
ex vulnere salushealing (or salvation) from a wound
Extra ecclesiam nulla salusOutside the Church [there is] No Salvation. (A phrase of much disputed significance in Roman Catholic theology)
extra ecclesiam nulla salusthere is no salvation outside the Church
forte scutum, salus ducuma strong shield is the safety of leaders
hinc sola salusthis is my only salvation
in cruce salussalvation in the Cross
in cælo salusin heaven is salvation
in Deo sola spec meamy hope in God alone
in hoc salusthere is safety in this
in solo Deo salussalvation in God alone
ingratis servire nefasto serve the ungrateful is an offense to the gods
mala mali malo mala contulit omnia mundo; causa mali tanti fœmina sola fuitman’s jaw and an apple brought all evils in the world; and the cause of all this mischief was the woman
mens sola loco non exsulatthe mind alone cannot be exiled (Ovid)
moriamur et in media arma ruamus. Una salus victis nullam sperare salutemlet us die even as we rush into the thick of the fight. The only safe course for the defeated is to expect no safety (Virgil)
mors sola fatetur quantula sint hominum corpusculadeath alone reveals how small are men’s bodies (Juvenal)
mulier quæ sola cogitat male cogitatthe thoughts of a woman when alone tend toward mischief
nemo potest duobus dominis servireno one can serve two masters (St. Matthew 6:24)
nobilitas sola est atque unica virtusvirtue is the one and only nobility (Juvenal)
nosse omnia hæc salus est adolescentulisit is salutary for young men to know all these things (Terence)
perit omnis in illo nobilitas, cujus laus est in origine solahe loses all nobility whose only merit is noble birth (Saleius Bassus)
publica salus mea mercesthe public safety is my reward
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