Variant translation of Inventas aut qui vitam excoluere per artis : "It is of benefit to have improved life through discovered knowledge "; a paraphrase of this is inscribed on the Medicine and Physiology Nobel prize medals: Inventas vitam iuvat excoluisse per artes ("inventions enhance life which is beautified through art").
Variant: Give him an inch and he'll take a mile.
Variant translation: Oh the shark has pretty teeth dear, And he shows them pearly white Just a jack-knife has Macheath dear And he keeps it out of sight.bertolt brecht
Variant translations: The original style is not the style which never borrows of any one, but that which no other person is capable of reproducing.françois-rené de chateaubriand
Variant: Et des boyaux du dernier prêtre Serrons le cou du dernier roi.Denis Diderot
Variant: A poem is never finished; it is only abandoned.paul valéry
Variant: Familiarity breeds contempt, but concealment excites interest.
Variant translations: Inasmuch as love grows in you, in so much beauty grows; for love is itself the beauty of the soul.
Variant translation: Every day, in every way, I'm getting better and better
Variant: Mind is the Master Power that molds and makes, And we are mind. And ever more we take the tool of thought, and shaping what we will, bring forth a thousand joys, or a thousand ills. We think in secret, and it comes to pass, environment, is but our looking glassjames allen
Variant translation: So much wrong could religion induce.
Variant translation: Maybe one day we shall be glad to remember even these things.
Variant translation: More lovely virtue, in a lovely form.
Variant translation of Superanda omnis fortuna ferendo est :
Variant translations: Time heals all wounds. Time assuages sorrow. Terence , Heauton Timorumenos ( The Self-Tormentor )
Variant translation: A genius is someone who discovers that the falling stone and the moon that falls represent one and the same phenomenon.
Variant translation: All life is bound together by mutual support and interdependence. V
Many variants on this exist, notably “Great lovers are made, not born.” and “(Great) leaders are made, not born.” A Variant on “One is not born wise, but becomes wise” from Seneca On Anger 2.10.6; see: Christian and Pagan in the Roman Empire: the witness of Tertullian, by Tertullian, Robert Dick Sider, p. 38, footnote 79.