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  • Adressen zeigen großen Mut, denn sie kosten ja kein Blut.
  • Adroit comme un prêtre normand.
  • Adscribunt aliis culpam, qui crimina gestant.
  • Adsiduus usus uni rei deditus et ingenium et artem saepe vincit. (Cicero, Pro Balbo 45)
  • Adsint dii beati.
    de] Gott sei bei uns
  • Adsis tritico tuo dum molitur.
    it] Stai vicino al tuo grano mentre lo macinano.
  • Adspiciunt oculis superi mortalia iustis.
  • Adsum qui feci.
    Vergilius, Aeneis 9, 427
    nl] Hier ben ik, ik ben de schuldige.
  • Adsum.
    fr] Je suis ici.
  • Adtemptata pudicitia.
  • Aduba as terras, verás como medras.
  • Adula, Pepe, que si no adulas no comeras rosquete.
  • Adulador, él es tu enemigo peor.
  • Adulador, engañador, y al cabo, traidor.
  • Adulador; el es tu amigo peor.
    var] Adulador; él es tu enemigo peor.
  • Adulándote, necio y malo te hará tu amigo, censurándote, sabio y bueno te hará tu enemigo.
  • Adular não é meio de vida, mas ajuda a viver.
  • Adulatio perpetuum malum regum.
    en] Praise is a perpetual evil for kings.
    Q.Curtius Rufus, 8.5.14, adapted
  • Adulatio quam similis est amicitiae.
  • Adulatio, lingua canina vel pictoris penicillus.
  • Adulation du corps et de l'âme est vraye poison.
  • Adulator peior quam inimicus.
  • Adulator propriis commodis tantum studet.
    it] L'adulatore pensa solo ai propri interessi.
  • Adulatori e parassiti son come i pidocchi.
    var] Adulatori e parassiti sono come i pidocchi.
  • Adulescentia deferbuit.
    de] Die Jugend hat sich ausgetobt.
  • Adulter est uxoris amator acrior.
    Publilius Syrus, Sententiae falso inter publilianas receptae
  • Adulterium non est delictum capitale, quia circa inferiora commititur.
  • Adulterium sine dolo malo non committitur.
  • Aduprà i cinqui dita.
  • Advarsel skal formit des med roes, som citron med zukker, og salat med Olie.
  • Advena tondet anno lanam sub ventre nec armo.
  • Advenam et pupillum et viduam nolite contristare, neque opprimatis inique.
  • Advenant le prince cesse le magistrat.
  • Adveniat Regnum Tuum.
    Matthäus 6,10).
    de] Dein Reich komme.
  • Adventures are to the adventurous.
  • Adversa fortuna.
    de] Mit widrigem Geschick.
  • Adversae res admonent religionem.
    de] Unglück erinnert an die Religion.
    Titus Livius
    nl] Tegenspoed spoort aan tot godsdienst.
  • Adversário quieto, inimigo dobrado.
  • Adversariorum minae aurigarum scuticae.
  • Adversarum impetus rerum viri fortis non vertit animum.
  • Adversis rerum immersabilis undis.
  • Adversity causes some men to break; others to break records.
    William Arthur Ward
  • Adversity does teach who your real friends are.
    Lois McMaster Bujold
  • Adversity is a good teacher.
  • Adversity is the mother of wisdom.
    var] Adversity is the school of wisdom.
  • Adversity is the state in which man most easily becomes acquainted with himself, being especially free of admirers then.
    Samuel Johnson
  • Adversity is the touchstone of friendship.
  • Adversity is the touchstone of virtue.
  • Adversity is the trial of principle. Without it a man hardly knows whether he is honest or not.
    Henry Fielding
  • Adversity makes a man wise.
  • Adversity makes men; prosperity makes monsters.
  • Adversity makes strange bedfellows.
  • Adversity makes wise though not rich.
  • Adversity makes wise.
  • Adversity tries friends.
  • Adverso flumine.
    de] Gegen den Strom, flußaufwärts, mit widriger Strömung
  • Adversum stimulum calces.
    de] Wider den Stachel löcken.
  • Adversus hostes nulla praetereunda est occasio.
  • Adversus necessitatem ne dii quidem resistunt.
  • Adversus omnes alios hostile odium.
  • Adversus periculum nationalis ratio permittit se defendere.
  • Adversus periculum naturalis ratio permittit se defendere.
    fr] Face au danger, la raison naturelle permet de se défendre.
  • Adversus solem ne loquitor.
    fr] Ne parle pas contre le Soleil.
  • Advertisements... contain the only truths to be relied on in a newspaper.
    Thomas Jefferson
  • Advertising (o.puffing) is part of the trade.
  • Advertising is a valuable economic factor because it is the cheapest way of selling goods, particularly if the goods are worthless.
    Sinclair Lewis
  • Advertising is the modern substitute for argument; its function is to make the worse appear the better.
    George Santayana
  • Advertising may be described as the science of arresting the human intelligence long enough to get money from it.
    Stephen Leacock
  • Advice after an evil is done is like medicine after death.
    tü] Araba kırılınca/devrildikten sonra yol gösteren çok olur.
  • Advice after the mischief is like medicine after death.
  • Advice is cheap.
  • Advice is cheap.
    fr] Les conseilleurs ne sont pas les payeurs.
  • Advice is least heeded when most needed.
  • Advice is not compulsion.
  • Advice is very easy to give, and even easier not to follow, so I don't fool with it.
    Randy Pausch
  • Advice is what we ask for when we already know the answer but wish we didn't.
    Erica Jong
  • Advice most needed is least heeded.
  • Advice sharpens a rusty opinion.
  • Advice should precede the act.
  • Advice to a fool goes in at one ear and out at the other.
  • Advice when most needed
    Is least heeded.
  • Advice, not punishment, is what fits folly.
  • Advienne que pourra.
    de] Komme, was wolle.
    en] Come what may.
  • Advient souvent à grands personages, n'avoir enfans, ou non pas sag.
    var] Advient souvent à grands personnages, n'avoir enfants, ou non pas sages.
    var] Advient souvent à grans personaiges n'avoir enfans, ou non pas saiges.
  • Advient souvent à grands personnages, n'avoir enfants, ou non pas sages.
  • Adviento, es tiempo de viento.
  • Advise someone against something.
  • Advisers are not givers.
  • Advisers are not the payers.
  • Advisers run no risks.
  • Advising is easier than helping.
  • Advising is often better than fighting.
  • Advisors aren't the ones who pay.
  • Advocati ecclesiae.
    de] Die Anwälte der Kirche
  • Advocatorum error litigatoribus non nocet.
  • Advocats chavossors et à la courte monnoye.
  • Advocats ne voyent goutte en leurs causes.
  • Advocatus a potentiore discede: ex hoc enim magis te advocabit.
  • Advocatus angeli.
    de] Anwalt des Engels
  • Advocatus Dei.
    de] Anwalt Gottes
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