|the disposition of the law is stronger and more potent than that of man||fortior et potentior est dispositio legis quam hominis|
|each person has his own way of thinking, and a peculiar disposition (Phædrus)||sua cuique quum sit animi cogitatio, colorque proprius|
|faith is stronger than a lion||leone fortior fides|
|faith is stronger than fortune||fide fortuna forti|
|faster, higher, stronger (motto of the modern Olympic Games)||citius, altius, fortius|
|in marriage the relative proportion of property is not so much to be considered, as the union of mind, and the identity of manner and disposition; chastity and modesty form the best portion that a virgin can bring to her husband (Terence)||non id videndum, conjugum ut bonis bona, at ut ingenium congruat et mores moribus; probitas, pudorque virgini dos optima est|
|laws have been ordained so that the stronger may not have everything their own way||inde datæ leges ne fortior omnia posset|
|nothing is so uncertain or so inestimable as the disposition of a crowd (Livy)||nihil tam incertum nec tam inæstimabile est quam animi multitudinis|
|our inquisitive disposition is excited by having its gratification deferred (Pliny the Younger)||incitantur enim homines ad agnoscenda quæ differuntur|
|prosperity is the nurse of an angry disposition||felicitas nutrix est iracundiæ|
|So potent was religion in persuading to evil deeds (Lucretius, in reference to the sacrifice of Iphigenia)||Tantum religio potuit suadere malorum|
|stronger by being united||unitate fortior|
|stronger by diligence||diligentia fortior|
|the acquisition of riches has been to many, not the end of their miseries, but a change in them; the fault is not in the riches, but in the disposition (Seneca)||multis parasse divitias non finis miseriarum fuit, sed mutatio; non est in rebus vitium sed in animo|
|the fervently serious disposition of the Scots||præfervidum ingenium Scotorum|
|the gods are said to aid the stronger (Tacitus)||deos fortioribus adesse|
|the stronger always succeeds (Plautus)||plus potest qui plus valet|
|the stronger the better prepared||firmior quo paratior|
|the wolf changes its coat, not its disposition||lupus pilum mutat, non mentem|
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