Custa tanto ao doido calar, como ao homem sisudo falar.
Custa tanto ao doido calar, como ao homenzinho falar.
Custa tanto esperar quanto desesperar.
Custe o que custe, aconteça o que aconteça, chegaremos com a ajuda de nosso Pai e nossa Mãe.
Custodia legis. en] In the custody of law.
Custodios de la voluntad del pueblo.
Custodit vitam, qui custodit sanitatem. pt] Saúde cuidada, vida conservada.
Custom (o. habit) is a second nature.
Custom and law are sisters.
Custom becomes law.
Custom calls me to 't; What custom wills, in all things should we do 't, The dust on antique time would lie unswept, And mountainous error be too highly heapt For truth to o'erpeer. Coriolanus, Act ii. Sc. 3, SHAKESPEARE.
Custom does often reason overrule. Rochester
Custom doth make dotards of us all. Carlyle
Custom follow or country flee.
Custom forms us all; our thoughts, our morals, our most fixed belief, are consequences of our place of birth. Aaron Hill
Custom in infancy becomes nature in old age.
Custom is a second nature. Scotland
Custom is a tyrant.
Custom is a violent and treacherous school mistress. She, by little and little, slyly and unperceived, slips in the foot of her authority; but having by this gentle and humble beginning, with the benefit of time, fixed and established it, she then unmasks a furious and tyrannic countenance, against which we have no more the courage or the power so much as to lift up our eyes. Montaigne
Custom is almost a second nature.
Custom is held to be as a law. Law Maxim
Custom is second nature. la Consuetudo est secunda natura. Saint Aurelius Augustine (Augustine of Hippo)
Custom is stronger than law.
Custom is the best interpreter of laws. Law Maxim
Custom is the great guide.
Custom is the great leveller. It corrects the inequality of fortune by lessening equally the pleasures of the prince and the pains of the peasant. Henry Home
Custom is the guide of the ignorant.
Custom is the law of one description of fools, and fashion of another; but the two parties often clash - for precedent is the legislator of the first, and novelty of the last. Custom, therefore, looks to things that are past, and fashion to things that are present. Colton
Custom is the plague of wise men and the idol of fools.
Custom is the tyranny of the lower human faculties over the higher. Madame Necker
Custom makes all things easy.
Custom may lead a man into many errors; but it justifies none. Fielding
Custom reconciles to everything. Burke
Custom rules the law.
Custom surpasses nature.
Custom without reason is but (an) ancient error.
Custom, 'tis true, a venerable tyrant O'er servile man extends her blind dominion. Thomson
Custom,' replied Plato, 'is no little thing'. Michel De Montaigne
Customers are jade; merchandise is grass.
Customs and laws make justice. Michel De Montaigne
Customs are stronger than laws.
Custos incorruptissiumus. en] An incurruptible guardian.
Custos morum. en] Guardian of the manners.
Custos rotularum. en] Guardian of the rolls; justice of the peace.