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semper

(ˈsɛmpə)
adv
a Latin word meaning always
References in classic literature ?
"Why, they are NOT in 'statu quo'--but in a 'semper eadem'--I beg pardon, do you understand Latin?"
'Semper eadem' is Latin for 'worse and worse.' The militia is drilling into a 'statu quo,' and the press is enlightening mankind with a 'semper eadem.' "
{'Semper eadem' = the usual meaning is "ever the same" (Latin)-- presumably Cooper's talking shirt is being ironical, suggesting that that "worse and worse" is the constant condition of the press}
Thou knowest the life I have led, keeping each point of my Order, striving with devils embodied and disembodied, striking down the roaring lion, who goeth about seeking whom be may devour, like a good knight and devout priest, wheresoever I met with him even as blessed Saint Bernard hath prescribed to us in the forty-fifth capital of our rule, Ut Leo semper feriatur.* But by the Holy Temple!
Well said our blessed rule, Semper percutiatur leo vorans.
"Semper idem," explained the Woggle-Bug, pompously; and the Gump turned to stare at him.
This meadow was celebrated by reason of the brawls which went on there night and day; it was the hydra of the poor monks of Saint-Germain: quod mouachis Sancti-Germaini pratensis hydra fuit, clericis nova semper dissidiorum capita suscitantibus .
In Nanaimo, B.C., diocesan bishop James Cowan asked Tom Semper, rector of St.
Flood Endorsement: Saburre suffragarit Octavius, iam rures fermentet satis adfabilis saburre, quod vix parsimonia quadrupei frugaliter insectat ossifragi, semper fiducia suis incredibiliter libere suffragarit perspicax oratori, quod syrtes lucide deciperet utilitas
Semper says this lack of strategy makes it difficult for businesses to plan.
The letters quoted here reveal an interesting dialogue between Semper and Wagner about the interrelationship of audience, performers and architecture.
Last week, Alta Semper Capital, a consumer and healthcare-focused private equity investor operating across several growth markets with a specific focus on Africa, and based in London, announced that Ahmed Rady joined the firm's private equity team as a director and as head of its Cairo office.