Actio est ius persequendi in iudicio, quod sibi debetur. en] Action is the right to obtain what it is due by the process of law.
Actio est ius persequendi iudicio, quod sibi debetur.
Actio illicita in causa. en] Action illicitly planned.
Actio in distans.
Actio in personam. en] Personal action.
Actio in rem scripta. en] Real action.
Actio libera in causa. en] Action free in its cause.
Actio pro socio. en] An action of partnership.
Actio Redhibitoria. en] Action to rescind a sale.
Actio semel extincta non reviviscit. en] Extinguished action does not revive.
Action and care will in time wear down the strongest frame; but guilt and melancholy are poisons of quick despatch. Thomas Paine
Action from youth, advice from middle age, prayers from the aged. Hesiod
Action hangs, as it were, 'dissolved' in speech, in thoughts whereof speech is the shadow; and precipitates itself therefrom. The kind of speech in a man betokens the kind of action you will get from him. Carlyle
Action is eloquence and the eyes of the ignorant more learned than the ear. Shakespeare
Action is eloquence, and the eyes of the ignorant are more learned than their ears. Shakespeare
Action is the highest perfection and drawing forth of the utmost power, vigor, and activity of man's nature. South
Action is the parent of results; dormancy, the brooding mother of discontent. D. M. Mulock
Action is the proper fruit of knowledge.
Action is the proper fruit of knowledge. Thomas Fuller
Action is transitory, a step, a blow, The motion of a muscle - this way or that. Wordsworth
Action is worry's worst enemy. (Times or conditions they live in are really trying to avoid taking the blame themselves)
Action is worry?s worst enemy.
Action may not always bring happiness; but there is no happiness without action. Beaconsfield
Action must be founded on knowledge. Benjamin Disraeli
Action speaks louder than words.
Action without thought is like shooting without aim.
Action, so to speak, is the genius of nature. Blair
Actiones non natae non praescribunt. en] Actions that have not been born, are not prescribed.
Actions from youth, advice from the middle-aged, prayers from the aged. Hesiod
Actions have consequences.
Actions instead of words! or Actions speak louder than words' (lit. Actions say more than words.) or Let actions result from your words! or Let actions speak!.
Actions measured by time, seldom prove bitter by repentance.
Actions rare and sudden do commonly proceed from fierce necessity, or else from some oblique design, which is ashamed to show itself in the public road. Sir W. Davenant
Actions speak louder than words
Actions speak louder than words / Well done is better than well said.
Actions, looks, words, steps from the alphabet by which you may spell characters. Lavater
Activa tantum. en] Active construction.
Active hands, full bellies.
Active natures are rarely melancholy. Activity and melancholy are incompatible. Bovee
Active people never have louse bites.
Activity breeds prosperity.
Acto de abrir los oídos.
Acto juridico formal.
Actor incumbit onus probandi
Actor incumbit probatio, reus excipiendo fit actor. en] The plaintiff must provide proof of the facts alleged, the defendant the exceptions presented.
Actore non probante, reus absolvitur. en] When the plaintiff does not prove his case, the defendant is absolved.
Actori incumbis onus probandi. en] The plaintiff must prove the case.
Acts of kindness may soon be forgotten, but the memory of an offense remains.