sic transit gloria mundi


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sic transit gloria mundi

(ˈsɪk ˈtrænsɪt ˈɡlɔːrɪˌɑː ˈmʊndiː)
thus passes the glory of the world

sic transit gloria mundi

A Latin phrase meaning thus passes the glory of the world.
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Then the candles were relit and he was told that he would see the full light; the bandage was again removed and more than ten voices said together: "Sic transit gloria mundi."
Real power could last 250 years, as empires and civilizations do." Sic transit gloria mundi.
Well that is, unless Buzdar is a stop-gap decision, and the unknown son from the south is soon to learn Sic Transit Gloria Mundi Thus passes the glory of the world.
To officials who show hubris - an exaggerated sense of pride or self-confidence - due to the lofty positions that they hold, here's a reminder: sic transit gloria mundi.
All candidates for law school should be forced to learn the Latin warning for lawyers, "Sic transit gloria mundi." The glory of the world is transitory.
Sic transit gloria mundi. JACK FLETCHER, Richardson Terrace, Chopwell.
He titled it, "Sic Transit Gloria Mundi." (Thus passes the glory of the world.) "I wish I could say something in Latin to make the image sound smart," said Blitt, when asked what inspired him.
Caesar had a slave follow his triumphal chariot through Rome, calling out, "sic transit gloria mundi." Nothing lasts forever, and all political regimes pass.
"Sic transit gloria mundi (Thus passes the glory of the world)," Berlusconi said, quoting a Latin tag.