Latin Phrases 2

Can you name the common Latin phrases that have these English translations?
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Last updated: October 16, 2012
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And other things
Et cetera
To have the body
Habeas Corpus
Know thyself
Temet Nosce
That continues forever
Ad Aeternum
Which had to be shown
Quod erat demonstrandum
Those who are about to die salute you
Morituri te salutant
After the text
Post Scriptum
By teaching we learn
Docendo discimus
Blank slate
Tabula rasa
For the sake of honor
Honoris causa
To err is human
Errare humanum est
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Formerly. Preceding an event.
a priori
Out of many, one
Et pluribus unum
God from a machine
Deus ex machina
Let there be light
Fiat Lux
In glass
In vitro
Sorrow itself
Lorem ipsum
A sound mind in a sound body
Mens sana in corpore sano
Method of operation
Modus operandi
Rest in peace
Requiescat in pace
Reduce to the absurd
Reductio ad absurdum
Without wich there's not
Sine qua non
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Level ∞
Oct 13, 2012
Nice quiz. Isn't "e pluribus unum" the more common form?
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Level 16
Oct 13, 2012
my bad.
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Level 71
Nov 26, 2012
You mean without which. Also, I think te morituri salutamus ought to be acceptable; that's the way I learned it.
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Level 16
Nov 30, 2012
"Morituri te salutamus" is accepted. Your version is not correct
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Level 67
Jan 18, 2019
wich is still wrong
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Level 57
May 21, 2019
Actually, the quote should be "deus e machina", for e/ex is only ex when it is followed by a vowel (like a/an in English). Ergo not even people who are cited billions of times know how to use Latin. q.e.d.