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Juvenal (Decimus Junius Juvenal)

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In their palate alone is their reason of existence.
[Lat., In solo vivendi causa palata est.]

In their palate alone is their reason of existence.
[Lat., In solo vivendi causa palata est.]

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Who'd bear to hear the Gracchi chide sedition? (Listen to those
who denounce what they do themselves.)
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Who'd bear to hear the Gracchi chide sedition? (Listen to those
who denounce what they do themselves.)
[Lat., Quis tulerit Gracchos de seditone querentes?]

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It is difficult not to write satire.
[Lat., Difficile est satiram non scribere.]

It is difficult not to write satire.
[Lat., Difficile est satiram non scribere.]

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Whenever fortune wishes to joke, she lifts people from what is
humble to the highest extremity of affairs.
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Whenever fortune wishes to joke, she lifts people from what is
humble to the highest extremity of affairs.
[Lat., Ex humili magna ad fastigia rerum
Extollit, quoties voluit fortuna jocari.]

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He who wishes to become rich wishes to become so immediately.
[Lat., Dives fieri qui vult
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He who wishes to become rich wishes to become so immediately.
[Lat., Dives fieri qui vult
Et cito vult fieri.]

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