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|Latin to English translations [PRO]|
|Latin term or phrase: Te occidere possunt sed edere non licet|
|I really don't know if it's Italian, actually I don't know what language it is, I would like to know if you find out what it means.|
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|I really appreciate the help that you gave me, you just helped me get an A in my English class and in my creative writing class for the semester, I really appreciate it!|
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|Sep 12, 2006 - Changes made by gianfranco:|
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