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April 14, 2005

Yet Another Reason.

Yes, Another Reason.

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By the way, Euro latin specialist or not, I think it's supposed to be "Censeo ceterum ...dilendam esse," though, admittedly, word placement is often not as critical in Latin.

Tom

Tim adds: Well, I did actually check it with the EU’s in-house latin translator, so I think it’s right.

Posted by: Tom Kratman | Apr 14, 2005 2:40:19 PM

I know. Read that. I think, gramatically, it makes no difference, Latin being Latin. But it seems to 'sing' better the other way. Also, and remember this is many (oh, _very_ many) barrels of scotch ago, I think Cato said it the other way.

Then again, consider: if an EU rep told you it should be one way is that not the best of all possible reasons to say it the other?

Posted by: Tom Kratman | Apr 14, 2005 7:14:47 PM

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