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Ancient being? LA Times Daily 20 Mar 2021
To be, in Latin LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2021
In __: actual LA Times Daily 12 Feb 2021
Being, to Brutus Eugene Sheffer 12 Jan 2021
Latin infinitive LA Times Daily 11 Dec 2020
Minor point involving Shakespeare's origin and existence The Telegraph Toughie 10 Dec 2020
Latin 101 verb LA Times Daily 22 Nov 2020
Being, Roman-style Jonesin 10 Nov 2020
Caesar's 'to be' Jonesin 03 Nov 2020
Being, to Calpurnia Wall Street Journal 24 Sep 2020
Being of old Rome The Washington Post 19 Sep 2020
In___(actually) Jonesin 01 Sep 2020
To be, to Brutus LA Times Daily 06 Jul 2020
To be, to Claudius Premier Sunday 24 May 2020
Latin being The Washington Post 29 Mar 2020
In ___ (actually) Universal 29 Dec 2019
De bene __: literally, of well-being The Washington Post 21 Dec 2019
'To be,' to Brutus Premier Sunday 08 Dec 2019
Latin I verb Wall Street Journal 31 Oct 2019
To be, to Nero Premier Sunday 13 Oct 2019
Being, to Britannicus Wall Street Journal 07 Sep 2019
Latin 'to be' The Washington Post 21 Aug 2019
Latin "to be" LA Times Daily 21 Aug 2019
'___ quam videri,' state motto of North Carolina New York Times 18 Aug 2019
In ___ (existing) Universal 16 Aug 2019
In ___ (actually existing) Wall Street Journal 13 Aug 2019
In __: existing The Washington Post 06 Aug 2019
To be, in Rome Universal 07 Jun 2019
Palindromic Latin verb The Washington Post 24 Mar 2019
Auctor ___ (authorize, in legalese) New York Times 22 Mar 2019
To be, in ancient Rome Family Time 18 Feb 2019
"___ quam videri," state motto of North Carolina
De bene ___ (legal phrase) New York Times 25 Nov 2018
Latin 101 word New York Times 11 Nov 2018
The present tense conjugation of this Latin verb starts with “sum, est, es” The Times Specialist Sunday 14 Oct 2018
Makes sense center? Universal 27 Jul 2018
To be, to Livy The Washington Post 29 May 2018
'___ quam videri' (North Carolina's motto) Jonesin 15 May 2018
"To be" in Latin Universal 28 Apr 2018
Being, to Ovid Wall Street Journal 10 Feb 2018
To be, to Caesar The Washington Post 16 Jan 2018
Caesar's "to be"
Cato's 'to be' The Washington Post 02 Nov 2017
Cato's "to be" LA Times Daily 02 Nov 2017
In ___ (in actuality) Jonesin 31 Oct 2017
In -- (really) Thomas Joseph 18 Oct 2017
Livy's 'to be' Premier Sunday 10 Sep 2017
Brutus's being Wall Street Journal 19 Aug 2017
To be, to Augustus New York Times 29 Jun 2017
'___ quam videri' (North Carolina motto) The Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Apr 2017
Latin 101 infinitive The Washington Post 02 Feb 2017
To be: Lat Newsday 22 Jan 2017
Forum infinitive LA Times Daily 13 Jan 2017
To be, to Tacitus New York Times 02 Jan 2017
___ quam videri (North Carolina state motto) The Washington Post 16 Dec 2016
North Carolina motto opener New York Times 19 Nov 2016
To be, to Bonifacius Wall Street Journal 25 Aug 2016
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina motto) Universal 30 Jul 2016
Sum is a form of it LA Times Daily 11 Jun 2016
Cato's existence The Washington Post 22 May 2016
To be, to Tiberius LA Times Daily 02 May 2016
Palindromic Latin infinitive The Chronicle of Higher Education 19 Feb 2016
To be, in old Rome USA Today 13 Feb 2016
To be at the Colosseum Wall Street Journal 13 Feb 2016
Latin 101 verb form The Washington Post 21 Jan 2016
Latin existence USA Today 28 Nov 2015
First word of North Carolina's motto USA Today 21 Nov 2015
Part of one's secret existence? The Times Cryptic 16 Nov 2015
Being (Lat.) Eugene Sheffer 12 Aug 2015
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina's motto) USA Today 12 Aug 2015
'To be,' in Latin Premier Sunday 09 Aug 2015
"___ quam videri" (North Carolina state motto) USA Today 22 Jul 2015
Nero's 'to be' Premier Sunday 19 Jul 2015
To be, to Ovid LA Times Daily 26 Mar 2015
Caesarean being
To be, in Latin 101
In ___ (Latin "actually")
Being, to Claudius
Being, in Latin
To be, to Cato
Start of North Carolina's motto
Palindromic Latin 101 word
"___ Quam Videri" (N.C. motto)
"In ___" (actually)
To be in ancient times?
"To be," to Brutus
"To be," in Latin
__ quam videri: North Carolina motto
In __: actually
Ovid's existence
To be, to Bestius
"To be," to Caesar
"To be," for Brutus
Roman being
In ___ (actual)
Ovidian infinitive
Basic Latin verb
___ quam videri (North Carolina's motto)
In -- (really existing)
'To be,' to Tiberius
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