Latin Maxims & Phrases - Quiz #15
12 multiple choice questions with one option correct of 1 point each.
“Non videntur qui errant ______.”
Hint: Those who make a mistake are not considered to consent.
1 point
“______ a sociis.”
Hint: It may be known or explained from its associates ; i.e., the meaning may often be gathered from the context (''si non cognoscitur ex se'').
1 point
“Nullum ______ ponatur in regno nostro, nisi per communes consilium regni nostris.”
Hint: No scutage can be imposed in our realm, save by the common council of the kingdom.
1 point
“Non accipi debent verba in ______ falsam quae competunt in limitationem veram.”
Hint: Words which admit of a true meaning ought not to be received in a false sense, or one inconsistent with the facts.
1 point
“Nemo ______ malus.”
Hint: No one is presumed to be bad.
1 point
“Non quod dictum est, sed quod factum est, ______.”
Hint: Regard is to be had, not to what is said, but to what is done.
1 point
“Non est regula quin ______.”
Hint: There is no rule but it may fail ; exception proves the rule.
1 point
“Nihil tam conveniens est naturali aequitati, quam ______ dissolvi eo ligamine quo legatum est.”
Hint: Nothing is so consonant to natural equity, as that a thing may be dissolved by the same means which made it binding.
1 point
“Nullum tempus aut locus ______ Regi.”
Hint: No time or place affects the king.
1 point
“Nemo tenetur ad ______.”
Hint: No one is bound to an impossibility.
1 point
“Nemo tenetur seipsum ______.”
Hint: No one is bound to betray himself; i.e., cannot be compelled to criminate himself.
1 point
“Nudum ______.”
Hint: A naked agreement ; i.e., a bare promise ; a contract not supported by necessary consideration.
1 point
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