Example has more followers than reason. We unconsciously imitate what pleases us, and insensibly approximate to the characters we most admire. In this way, a generous habit of thought and of action carries with it an incalculable influence. Bovee
Example is a dangerous lure; where the wasp got through the gnat sticks fast. La Fontaine
Example is a motive of very prevailing force on the actions of men. Rogers
Example is better than law.
Example is better than precept.
Example is contagious behavior. Charles Reade
Example is more efficacious than precept. Johnson
Example is one of the most potent of instructors, though is teaches without a tongue. Samuel Smiles (1812-1904), Selbsthilfe (1860), übersetzt von Dobbert, Kapitel 12, Beispiele, Muster
Example is the greatest of all seducers.
Example is the school of mankind, and they will learn at no other. Burke
Example teaches more than precept.
Example will avail ten times more than precept. Charles James Fox (1749-1806), Rede über Ausgaben für Kasernen (8. April 1796), übersetzt von Drabig
Examples demonstrate the possibility of success. Samuel Smiles (1812-1904), Die Sparsamkeit (1875), übersetzt von Dobbert, Kapitel 5, Beispiele von Sparsamkeit, Vorwort
Examples I could cite you more; But be contented with these four; For when one's proofs are aptly chosen Four are as valid as four dozen. Prior
Examples of vicious courses practiced in a domestic circle corrupt more readily and more deeply when we behold them in persons in authority. Juvenal
Examples teach us that in military affairs, and all others of a like nature, study is apt to enervate and relax the courage of man, rather than to give strength and energy to the mind. Montaigne
Examples would indeed be excellent things were not people so modest that none will set, and so vain that none will follow them. Hare
Exaudi im Bruderhöflein. info] Das Bruderhöflein bei Schaffhausen hatte eine eigene Kapelle, in welche man am Exaudi- Sonntage prozessionsweise zog, der Messe beiwohnte und sich dann lustig machte. Man trinkt noch mit den Worten einander fröhlich zu und versteht darunter einen fröhlichen Tag.
Excaudent animi, trahitur si barba seniles.
Excava el pozo antes de que tengas sed.
Exceeding fair she was not; and yet fair In that she never studied to be fairer Than Nature made her; beauty cost her nothing, Her virtues were so rare. All Fools, Act i. Sc, 1. G. CHAPMAN.
Excel above the common rate in frivolous things. Michel De Montaigne
Excelência não é uma exceção, é uma atitude permanente. ? Colin L. Powell (1937 ? )
Excellence in art is to be attained only by active effort, and not by passive impressions; by the manly overcoming of difficulties, by patient struggle against adverse circumstance, by the thrifty use of moderate opportunities. The great artists were not rocked and dandled into eminence, but they attained to it by that course of labor and discipline which no man need go to Rome or Paris or London to enter upon. Hillard
Excellence is never granted to man, but as the reward of labor. It argues, indeed, no small strength of mind to persevere in the habits of industry, without the pleasure of perceiving those advantages which, like the hands of a clock, whilst they make hourly approaches to their point, yet proceed so slowly as to escape observation. Sir Joshua Reynolds
Excellent people are honored wherever they go.
Excelsior. en] Ever higher (motto of the State of New York).
Excentricité n. Manière de se faire valoir qui est si facile à mettre en oeuvre que les imbéciles l'utilisent pour mettre en relief leur nullité. Ambrose Bierce, 1842-1914
Excepción de contrato no cumplido.
Excepción de cosa juzgada.
Excepción de verdad.
Excepción por dolo.
Except for my father and my mother everybody lies.
Except for the night, we could never know the stars.
Except in occasional emergencies there is not much that one man can do for another other than to help him to help himself.
Except that which Sembele did in Lindanda. (a task or thing too extra ordinary to perform or be true)
Except thou desire to hasten thine end, take this for a general rule, that thou never add any artificial heat to thy body by wine or spice. Sir Walter Raleigh
Exceptio doli. en] Exception for fraud.
Exceptio firmat regulam in casibus non exceptis. en] The exception affirms the rule in cases not excepted.
Exceptio firmat regulam. pt] A exceção confirma a regra.
Exceptio non adimpleti contractus. en] The defense of non-performance of the contract.
Exceptio probat regulam de rebus non exceptis. en] The exception proves the rule in cases not excepted.
Exceptio rei iudicatae. en] Defense of the thing judged.
Exceptio veritatis. en] Defence of truthfulness.
Exceptis excipiendis. en] With the necessary exceptions.
Exceptis exicipiendibus. en] Things excluded which should be excluded.