The Best of Me by Nicholas SparksTHE BEST OF ME is the heart-rending story of two small-town former high school sweethearts from opposite sides of the tracks. Now middle-aged, theyve taken wildly divergent paths, but neither has lived the life they imagined . . . and neither can forget the passionate first love that forever altered their world. When they are both called back to their hometown for the funeral of the mentor who once gave them shelter, they will be forced to confront the choices each has made, and ask whether love can truly rewrite the past.
Love Will Conquer All
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Lucius Caecilius Firmianus Lactantius was an early Christian author c. Here Lactantius preserves the story of Constantine's vision of the Chi Rho before his conversion to Christianity. At first, Constantine did not know the meaning of the apparition, but on the following night, he had a dream in which Christ explained to him that he should use the sign of the cross against his enemies. Eusebius then continues to describe the Labarum ,  the military standard used by Constantine in his later wars against Licinius, showing the Chi-Rho sign. The accounts by Lactantius and Eusebius, though not entirely consistent, have been connected to the Battle of the Milvian Bridge AD , having merged into a popular notion of Constantine seeing the Chi-Rho sign on the evening before the battle.
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Latin is more than a dead language; it is access to a better understanding to terms that are used in daily academics. Carpe diem : This well-known phrase comes from a poem by Horace. E pluribus unum : Simply take a look at American currency to see this Latin phrase in use. Et tu, Brute? Ad infinitum : You might be able to guess what this phrase means simply through its similarity to the word we use in English. For example, legally, employers are not allowed to discriminate in hiring because of age, but many still practice de facto in reality, in fact discrimination. Tabula rasa : When you were a child, your mind might have been more of a tabula rasa than it is today.
From professional translators, enterprises, web pages and freely available translation repositories. I will conquer. We will conquer. I will. I came, i see, i will conquer all.