|justitia virtutum regina||justice is the queen of virtues|
|basis virtutum constantia||constancy is the foundation of virtue|
|domina omnium et regina ratio||reason is the mistress and queen of all things (Cicero)|
|Elizabeth Regina/Eduardus Rex (E.R.)||Queen Elizabeth/King Edward|
|et genus et formam regina pecunia donat||money, like a queen, bestows both rank and beauty (Horace)|
|fiat justitia||let justice be done|
|Fiat justitia (et ruat caelum)||Let justice be done. (though the heavens fall)|
|fiat justitia et pereat mundus||let justice be done though the world perish (motto of Emperor Ferdinand I)|
|fiat justitia, ruat cælum (or cœlum)||let justice be done, though the heavens fall|
|fiat pax florent justitia||let peace be made, justice be done|
|fides et justitia||fidelity and justice|
|Floreat regina regina||May it flourish. (motto of the City of Regina, Saskatchewan Canada)|
|gratus animus est una virtus non solum maxima, sed etiam mater virtutum omnium reliquarum||a thankful heart is not only the greatest virtue, but the parent of all the other virtues (Cicero)|
|haud scio an pietate adversus deos sublata fides etiam et societas generi humani et una excellentissima virtus justitia tollatur||in all probability the disappearance of piety toward the gods will entail the disappearance of faith and sodality among men as well as justice, the greatest of all the virtues (Cicero)|
|infandum, regina, jubes renovare dolorem||a grief too great to be told, O queen, you bid me renew (Virgil, Aeneas’s reply to Dido)|
|justitia erga Deum religio dicitur, erga parentes pietas||the discharge of our duty toward God is called religion, toward our parents, piety (Cicero)|
|justitia est constans et perpetua voluntas jus suum cuique tribuens (or tribuendi)||justice is the constant and perpetual wish to render to everyone his due (Justinian)|
|justitia est obtemperatio scriptis legibus||justice is conformity to the written laws (Cicero)|
|justitia et fortitudo invincibilia sunt||justice and fortitude are invincible|
|justitia et pax||justice and peace|
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