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Latin - Language for the masses

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  • Latin - Letter on L
  • 1 - st. word L
  • 2 - st. word A
  • 3 - st. word T
  • 4 - st. word I
  • 5 - st. word N

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Latin - Language for the masses Latin - 'e pluribus unum,' e.g Latin - Forum language Latin - Kind of quarter Latin - Like many inscriptions Latin - Mr. chips's class in 'goodbye, mr. chips' Latin - Pig ___ Latin - Like 50-across and 10-down Latin - Like 'e pluribus unum' Latin - See 41-across Latin - A quarter of paris Latin - Parent of romance languages Latin - Caesar's tongue Latin - Exempli gratia, e.g Latin - It can be vulgar Latin - Tiberius' tongue Latin - Language course Latin - Forum talk Latin - Cato's tongue Latin - Language of science Latin - Pig language? Latin - 'ad hominem' source Latin - Mass communication medium? Latin - Romance language Latin - Mass communication? Latin - Language of the masses, once Latin - Catholic church language Latin - ___ america Latin - Language for the masses? Latin - 7-down is in it Latin - Quorum's origin Latin - "aeneid" language Latin - "ad hoc," e.g Latin - Word with lover or america Latin - Pig __ Latin - "e pluribus unum," e.g Latin - Liturgy language Latin - Language of lucretius Latin - Language of ancient rome Latin - Classic subject Latin - With 71-across, sort of person who might enjoy this puzzle? Latin - Language of law Latin - Language of many courtroom phrases Latin - Vulgate's language Latin - Like most south americans Latin - Adeste fideles, e.g Latin - Like 35-across Latin - Word with "america" or "lover" Latin - The talk of the forum? Latin - Roman language Latin - Tongue of tiberius Latin - Like salsa music Latin - English root Latin - What caesar spoke Latin - 1-across topic Latin - Classic language, and with 61-across, hint to the puzzle theme found at the starts of 20-, 37- and 57-across Latin - Status quo language? Latin - Romance languages ancestor Latin - . . . in this language Latin - "e pluribus unum", e.g Latin - Mass medium? Latin - Virgil's tongue Latin - What forum addresses were in Latin - Caesar's language Latin - "amo, amas" class Latin - Legal language Latin - Mass language Latin - Source of much of english Latin - Homo sapiens, e.g Latin - What seneca spoke Latin - Livy's language Latin - Caesar spoke it Latin - Classic language Latin - Classics language Latin - Classic tongue Latin - Classical tongue Latin - Classical language Latin - Terence's tongue Latin - Forum tongue Latin - Old tongue Latin - Nero's language Latin - Livy's tongue Latin - Might the tongue have been lying round the tea Latin - For one pound you get one tin of tongue Latin - The old tongue has been lying with tea in it Latin - How the french louse turns up from italy (5) Latin - The french can be spoken in rome Latin - Tongue used to be a pound a can Latin - The french can get this from rome, in a manner of speaking Latin - The french can from rome may be tongue Latin - The french can not be french Latin - Language of cicero Latin - The language of virgil Latin - The language of ancient rome Latin - Language of the caesars Latin - The language of old rome Latin - A romance language Latin - 'dead language, though still taught (5)' Latin - Alternative to vernacular, historically Latin - Language of virgil Latin - Language of old 8 down Latin - The language of cicero Latin - Lingo of the masses? Latin - The classical way to have been lying about tea Latin - The french 27 across is not in french Latin - The french can be not in french Latin - An old tongue was lying about a little tea Latin - 43-across, for example Latin - Like many mottoes Latin - Hogwarts motto language Latin - Julius caesar's language Latin - With 42-across, one who might memorize 64-across? Latin - Source of much legalese Latin - Language for legal terminology Latin - Like about half of american states' mottos Latin - The language of the city - money Latin - It's heads on american quarter and tails on thieves' dog Latin - Some modern italian? on the contrary Latin - Admit one's ousted english language Latin - Language involved in formulating a dodgy dossier Latin - It's spoken retrospectively by some in italy? Latin - Some say it's dead and buried - about time! Latin - Part of 14 take some translating Latin - Language lately starts to be fashionable Latin - Dead language Latin - A 'dead' language Latin - Ancient language Latin - Old language Latin - A quarter of paris shows the french can Latin - One-time mass communication medium? Latin - See 27-down Latin - Old roman language Latin - The vatican's language Latin - Like the samba and salsa Latin - Language of many a motto Latin - What mr. chips taught Latin - Like many abbreviated terms in footnotes Latin - Cicero's tongue Latin - Forum talk was in it Latin - Speech in the forum Latin - Many mottoes are written in it Latin - Nero's native tongue Latin - Parent language of french,romanian Latin - Ancestor of french, romanian Latin - Learning it 'an honour' (churchill) Latin - Tongue set in gelatine Latin - Linguists primarily are to preserve ancient tongue Latin - A quarter of tongue Latin - Tongue? shakespeare's was small, according to jonson Latin - Ancient language, almost dead, getting fashionable Latin - Learner starts to annoy teacher during language class Latin - Language we don't speak, but the french can Latin - Learner can comprehend article in foreign language Latin - Language - beginning to learn at home Latin - Translating from this language? just the opposite Latin - It's spurious when dog Latin - A lover of raphael Latin - Accepting volunteers, love getting up a difficult subject Latin - Language used in chapel at inverness Latin - Not having succeeded, bottom in demanding subject Latin - Hispanic, for example, in californian city can Latin - A quarter of harland Latin - The foreign square is fashionable for the romans, in a manner of speaking Latin - Vulgar language? Latin - Tacitus' tongue Latin - Second part of 6 Latin - Some gelatinous tongue Latin - Language of south and central america? Latin - Language Latin - The french for 'can meet up in parisian quarter' Latin - Money to support the french language Latin - Source of ego, id, etc Latin - Often used for mass communication, it requires some translating Latin - Left a container in situ, for example Latin - Ready to follow the french language Latin - Fool going round following the french language Latin - Remember this language? the french can Latin - Language of 14-across Latin - Many prayers are said in it Latin - A language Latin - Language picked up in north country, mostly Latin - Source of many legal terms Latin - Forum speech Latin - Language of old rome Latin - Language giving joy, without going to extremes Latin - Holy see official language Latin - Platinum tongue-piercing Latin - The french can be ancient italian Latin - And 15 down: student area of paris Latin - "amo, amas, amat," e.g Latin - Vatican city language Latin - Part of a classical education Latin - 19-across's language Latin - Mexican from city with money Latin - Like salsa Latin - Kind of grammy awards Latin - Helloween "laudate dominum" language Latin - Chunk of congenitally revolting tongue Latin - Italic language of ancient rome Latin - Language of many mottos Latin - Caesar's native tongue Latin - Iced earth "in sacred flames" language Latin - What bryn mawr grads once had to know Latin - "et tu, brute?" or "veni, vidi, vici" Latin - Like many state mottos Latin - Langue Latin - Fool upset following the parisian's language Latin - Language no one speaks? the french can Latin - Ipso facto, e.g