How to use acad. in a sentence
“Peaches came to the Mil Acad with high ambitions,” White wrote.
Constantia, unwavering firmness and consistency, is the characteristic of the wise man; cf. Acad.
The phrases diu multumque, multum et diu are common in Cic., as below, 38; Acad.
The practice of reading military history was common among Roman commanders; see for instance Acad.
This is sometimes the case even where the neighboring verbs are in past tenses, as in Acad.
This is the Peripatetic notion of the mean, to which Cicero often gives expression, as below, 77; also in Acad.