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EnglishEdit

 
Great Seal of Virginia with the commonwealth's motto.

EtymologyEdit

From the Latin sīc semper tyrannis, short for sīc semper ēvellō mortem tyrannis (thus always I cause the death of tyrants), the line reported uttered by Brutus after he assassinated Julius Caesar.

PhraseEdit

sic semper tyrannis

  1. Thus always to tyrants; tyrannical leaders will inevitably be overthrown.

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