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Cras amet qui numquam amavit quique amavit cras amet -> May he love tomorrow who has never loved before; And may he who has loved, love tomorrow as well
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[[prose|P.]] and [[verse|V.]] [[ἄσχολος]] (rare [[verse|V.]]) ([[Euripides|Eur.]], ''[[Orestes]]'' 93); see [[industrious]].
 
[[prose|P.]] and [[verse|V.]] [[ἄσχολος]] (rare [[verse|V.]]) ([[Euripides|Eur.]], ''[[Orestes]]'' 93); see [[industrious]].
  
[[full of work]]: [[prose|P.]] [[ἔνεργος]].
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[[full of work]]: [[prose|P.]] [[ἐνεργός]].
  
 
[[over busy]]: [[Aristophanes|Ar.]] and [[prose|P.]] [[πολυπράγμων]], [[prose|P.]] [[φιλοπράγμων]], [[περίεργος]].
 
[[over busy]]: [[Aristophanes|Ar.]] and [[prose|P.]] [[πολυπράγμων]], [[prose|P.]] [[φιλοπράγμων]], [[περίεργος]].

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