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|Livy, Titus I am deliberate and afraid of nothing. - Lorde, Audre Fear is the oldest |
and strongest emotion of mankind. - Lovecraft, H. P. Great fear is concealed
under daring. - Lucan, F. L. It is better to be feared than loved, if you cannot be
|Jon R. Stone. Feast, Feasting Feast, Feasting Fear the master, not the servant. (|
Yoruban) From fear of the porridge he fell into the pot. (Persian) Grass fears the
frost, frost fears the sun. (Chinese) Great fear is concealed under daring. (Roman
|SELECTED ENGLISH-LATIN INDEX God is the greatest good: Deus est |
summum bonum God pilots the ship: Deus ... dona nobis pacem great city, great
solitude: magna civitas, magna solitudc great fear is concealed under daring:
|... of my daring auctor pretiosa facit: the giver makes the gift precious (adapted |
from Ovid) audaces fortuna juvat: fortune ... rights (motto of Alabama) audendo
magnus tegitur timor: great fear is concealed under daring (Lucan) audentes
|By daring, great fears are often concealed.—Lucan. Noiseless as fear in a wide |
wildernests—Keats. 'Tis time to fear when tyrants seem to kiss—Pericles. Fain
would I climb, yet fear I to fall.—Sir Walter Raleigh. Fear thou h blind strong—Dr.
|By daring, great fears are often concealed. — Lucan. Noiseless as fear in a wide |
wilderness. — Keats. Tis time to fear when tyrants seem to kiss. — Pericles. Fain
would I climb, yet fear I to falL— Sir Walter Raleigh. Fear though blind is swift ...
|Fear is ever credulous of evil. Seneca. Nothing is to be feared but fear. Lord |
Bacon. Fear is the mother of forethought. H. Taylor. Fear always springs from
ignorance. Emerson. By daring, great fears are concealed. Lucanus. Fear is the
proof of ...
|There is this paradox in fear : he is most likely to inspire it in others who has none |
himself ! — Colton. By daring, great fears are often concealed. — Liican. Whom
we fear more than love, we are not far from hating. — Richardson. A man should
|Quintilian. 30. Fear shame. . Motto of the Duke of Portland. 31. Foolish fear |
doubleth danger. 32. For fear though faster than the wind Believes 'tis always left
behind. Butler. - 33. Great fear is often concealed by a show of daring. Latin. 34.
|Fear shame. Motto of the Duke of Partland. 31. Foolish fear doubleth danger. 32. |
For fear though faster than the wind Believes 'tis always left behind. Butler. 33.
Great fear is often concealed by a show of daring. Latin. 34. He that fears danger