Latin Phrases

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Can you name the English translation of these Latin phrases?

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Literal EnglishLatin PhraseMeaning or Usage
From the FormerDenotes something occurring or being known before the event.
To ThisDenotes something improvised
To the Point of DisgustTo be sick of it or overused
Nourishing MotherUsed for the university one has attended
Seize the DayLive for Today
As a matter of FactRefers to the 'way things really are' rather than what is 'officially' presented as the fact.
ThereforeUsed to show a logical conclusion
And the RestAnd so on
In the AbsenceUsed in a trial carried out in the absence of the accused.
Literal EnglishLatin PhraseMeaning or Usage
In Wine [there is] TruthWine loosens the tongue.
My FaultMy bad
Person not PleasingAn unwelcome, unwanted or undesirable person.
After This Therefore Because of ThisLogical fallacy where one assumes that one thing happening after another thing means that the first thing caused the second
Something for Something or This for ThatTit for Tat; Tell me about the lambs Clarice
With Highest PraiseSomething I was not in College
Scraped TabletBlank Slate
I came. I saw. I conquered.Julius Caesar's message to the Senate
For the GoodUncharged Lawyer work

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