festina lente


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festina lente

(fɛsˈtiːnə ˈlɛntɪ)
hasten slowly

festina lente

A Latin phrase meaning hasten slowly.
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So festina lente, my destined Sylvia, festina lente!
In simple terms, it is as the ancient saying goes: festina lente - more haste, less speed.
Con el oximoron de Cesar Augusto: Festina lente llamo a su articulo en torno al equivoco de la prisa con que vivimos.
Festina lente decian en latin: "Apresurate lentamente".
Crousaz focuses almost exclusively on statements about editing and printing found in Erasmus's correspondence and in the adage Festina lente.
Festina lente lost with the language of its genealogy Lentamente as antiquated as a love Of lives' equality.
Doctoroff, Skanska USA Civil President/ CEO Salvatore Mancini, and world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava, Principal, Festina Lente LLC.
Thus Make haste slowly is a direct translation of Festina lente, and the Latin saying Tempus fugit renders happily into Time flies.
Dogfish Head, the hot East Coast micro, is releasing four winter beers on December 1: Au Courant, Festina Lente, Pangea and WorldWide Stout.