Talk:Inveniam viam

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December 2017 spam[edit]

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Sir,
Grave of Robert Peary - rear base - Arlington National Cemetery - 2011.JPG
jostens.com, which along with the absurd version "Ibimus viam inveniam aut faciam" you had tolerated since 17 April, is advertising or promotion allright, but https://www.usna.com/page.aspx?pid=700 by United States Naval Academy Alumni Association & Foundation is definitely not. Nor are
Providing a photo of the Memorial Gate is simply more informative than Thomas, George E.; Brownlee, David Bruce (2000).
And instead of just writing of "first person plural" only, it makes sense to add "Inveniemus aut faciemus viam".