QUAE CADIT IN VIRUM CONSTANTEM
quae cadit in virum constantem (kwee kay-dit in vI-r[schwa]m k[schwa]n-stan-t[schwa]m). [Latin] Hist. That which would overcome a man of firmness and resolution.
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