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Here are the latin phrases from List Two for LATIN II

a capella

to sing without accompaniment

a priori

from the former

ab ovo usque ad mare

from the egg to the apples

ave Caesar: morituri te salutamus

Hail Caesar! We who are about to die salute you!

casus belli

the cause for war

caveat emptor

let the buyer beware

cogito ergo sum

I think therefore I am

corpus juris civilis

body of civil law

cui bono

who stands to gain? to whom for a benefit?

deo gratias

thanks to God

deus ex machina

a god out of a machine

divide et impera

divide and conquer

draco dormiens numquam titillandus

a sleeping dragon is never to be tickled

dulce et decorum est pro patria mori

it is sweet and honorable to die for the fatherland

emeritus

having served his time

errata

a list of mistakes in a written work

et uxor (et ux)

and wife

feles mala

bad kitty

ad rem

to the thing at hand

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