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Marcus Tullius Cicero Quotes About Latin

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  • While there's life, there's hope.

    Marcus Tullius Cicero (1880). “The Life and Letters of Marcus Tullius Cicero: Being a New Translation of the Letters Included in Mr. Watsons's Selection”
  • Always the same thing.

    Marcus Tullius Cicero (1839). “The Tusculan Questions of Marcus Tullius Cicero in Five Books”, p.106
  • More law, less justice.

    Cicero, Marcus Tullius Cicero (2006). “De Officiis Or on Duties on Obligations”, p.26, ReadHowYouWant.com
  • Let the welfare of the people be the ultimate law.

    "De Legibus (On the Laws)" book by Marcus Tullius Cicero (Book III, section 3),

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