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Literary usage of Fugio
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Sun Dials and Roses of Yesterday: Garden Delights which are Here Displayed by Alice Morse Earle (1902)
"This sun-dial bore two inscriptions, one fugio,the other, MIND YOUR BUSINESS. The word fugio gave a name to this currency, and the pieces were known as the ..."
2. Latin Exercises: Adapted to Andrews and Stoddard's Latin Grammar by Ethan Allen Andrews, Solomon Stoddard (1839)
"The night is cold. Delay is not safe. Our whole army has been destroyed. Honorable actions will be rewarded. A destructive war is at hand. fugio ..."
3. The Book of Sun-dials by Alfred Gatty, H. K. F. Eden, Eleanor Lloyd (1900)
"... ait, fugio. I will, as far as I am able, follow its advice, and cut off all unnecessary avocations and amusements." In the same correspondence of the ..."
4. The Book of Sun-dials: Originally Compiled by the Late Mrs. Alfred Gatty by Lewis Evans (1900)
"Praise we the Lord. At St. Hilaire du Rosier (Isere). 1610. VIVITE, AIT, fugio. Live ye, it says: I fly. On a dial over the porch of Wrenbury Hall, ..."