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From SPAIN: Aitor Mateo, Alberto Guzman, Alejandro Corzo (Suarez), Alejandro García Tous, Alejandro Guinot, Andres Velancosa, Antonio Navas, Cayetano Rivera, David Guillo, Enrique de Castro, Fernando Iglesias, Francisco Melero, Gerard Salla, Hugo Silva, Ivan Sanchez, Jesus Gavilan Trigo, Joaquin Cortes, Jon Kortajarena, Jose Enrique Martin, Jose Fernandez,  Juan Garcia Postigo, Miguel Angel Silvestre, Oriol Elcacho, Oscar Vico, Pablo Riera-Sanz, Raul Exposito, Sacha Ballesteros, & Sergio…

From SPAIN: Aitor Mateo, Alberto Guzman, Alejandro Corzo (Suarez), Alejandro García Tous, Alejandro Guinot, Andres Velancosa, Antonio Navas, Cayetano Rivera, David Guillo, Enrique de Castro, Fernando Iglesias, Francisco Melero, Gerard Salla, Hugo Silva, Ivan Sanchez, Jesus Gavilan Trigo, Joaquin Cortes, Jon Kortajarena, Jose Enrique Martin, Jose Fernandez, Juan Garcia Postigo, Miguel Angel Silvestre, Oriol Elcacho, Oscar Vico, Pablo Riera-Sanz, Raul Exposito, Sacha Ballesteros, & Sergio…

'Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don’t matter and those who matter don’t mind.'

British Columbia's motto is chalk full of symbolism and Latin.  This coat of arms has been a work in progress with King Edward VII proposing the coat of arms in 1906, however, Queen Elizabeth granted the final touches in 1987.  Splendor sine occasu are not just three words but a sentence meaning, "Splendor without diminishment."

British Columbia's motto is chalk full of symbolism and Latin. This coat of arms has been a work in progress with King Edward VII proposing the coat of arms in 1906, however, Queen Elizabeth granted the final touches in 1987. Splendor sine occasu are not just three words but a sentence meaning, "Splendor without diminishment."

Veritas Pin of the Week.  The great state of Kansas boasts a Latin motto not only on their great seal but on their flag as well. " Ad astra per aspera"    I will give you a hint: Kansas was the 34th "star" to enter the union.

Veritas Pin of the Week. The great state of Kansas boasts a Latin motto not only on their great seal but on their flag as well. " Ad astra per aspera" I will give you a hint: Kansas was the 34th "star" to enter the union.

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