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05:08 Jun 5, 2001
English to Latin translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase:Often in error, never in doubt
Explanation: Boss, I know you don't have all the answers to these questions, but some of your readers may enlighten me. By the way, I like the new motto for your column: "No question too trivial, no answer too obscure." However I suggest that you also hang on to the one that has served you so well, contributed years ago by N.H. Jr. and his high school Latin teacher: Saepe in errore sed numquam in dubito," i.e., "Often wrong but never in doubt."