A rich source of specialized and not-so-specialized English words, many of which are derived from Latin and Greek elements.
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These Lex Files emphasize access to hundreds of Latin-Greek quotations of motto lists (mottoes of institutions: companies, schools, states, families, and countries), legal terms (law phrases and words), medical words, prescription terms, religious expressions, and various abbreviations from Latin and Greek classical and modern translations.
Many institutional mottoes, especially school mottoes, abound in the easy search area that facilitates searches either by single words or partial quotes. There are a variety of sayings that come from Latin and Greek origins which are easy to find with the search page link that may be accessed with the L-Gk Quotes (mottoes, words, phrases, et al.) link-bar shown previously on this page.
Taking the path of least persistence is the most direct route to failure.
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