Common Latin Phrases II

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Can you name the commonly used Latin words or phrases?

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English TranslationLatin Word or PhraseHint
Let the buyer beware.A buyer or customer should use caution.
Inverted; againstOne team against another; or legal opponents (e.g. Brown against Board of Education)
Out of many, oneMotto on Great Seal of the United States
Before the warSaid of houses in the South from pre-Civil War days
In good faithSomething that is authentic, genuine; sincere
Other I (Other self)Another side of oneself; a second self
Great workThe greatest single work of an artist, writer, or composer.
By the dayAn allowance for daily expenses (usually paid by a company to a traveling employee)
After deathOccurring or done after death; when autopsies are performed
Always faithfulMotto of the U.S. Marine Corps
That which standsThe existing condition or state of affairs
Stiffness of deathMuscular stiffening following death
English TranslationLatin Word or PhraseHint
Position being changedOrder or meaning of a previous statement being reversed
Firm landSolid ground; dry land
VerbTo state something exactly as another said it. Word for word.
About; Round aboutUsed to approximately date something (an object or event)
He has pledgedA sworn written statement often used in court.
With great praiseHeard at college graduations to denote academic distinction
RestA Mass or service for a dead person; a hymn of mourning
To be rememberedA note or short correspondence concerning a thing to be remembered
Manner of operatingThe manner in which a person works or something operates
By heads; by the headPer person; used in computing statistics about a population or country
Great CharterIssued by England's King John in 1215 granting basic rights
Time flees; or Time fliesUsed to expess that time goes by quickly, sometimes when you're having fun, or when overworked.

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