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Citation: singula de nobis anni praeduntur euntes eripuere jocos, Venerem, convivia, ludum
Language: Latin
References: The Commodore, page 10
Meaning: The years, slipping by us one at a time, are robbers, snatching away jokes, Venus (i.e., sexual love), good company, fun.


Horace, Epodi II.

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