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Translation of a phrase

Could this phrase be translated into Latin? "Youth and skill are no match for old age and treachery."
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Translation of phrase

Could this phrase be translated into Greek? "Youth and skill are no match for old age and treachery."
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Translating from English to Greek (comparative)

Hi all,

I'm new here but already asking for a favor... :oops:

I don't have many contacts who know Greek, so I had to come here hoping that some nice person would help me. :)

Is this correct?

Το μέλλον είναι αβέβαιο και το τέλος είναι πάντα πλησίον. Αποκτώντας το εκφραστικό σοφία μπορείτε να ανοίξετε τους τοίχους του κύριος. ...
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Das Inverse Law strikes again

ity. Wary that whatever I might do will be inverted. Then the law will not be applied. So which vital
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trans. question (comparative)

Hi, I am having problems with what appears to be a double negative in comparison (this is from Chapter 9 of Chase and Phillips):

ouk esth hugieias kreitton ouden en bio.

How would this be translated?

All I can think of is "Nothing in life is not stronger than health." Yet this sounds strange. I would have thought, "Nothing in life is stronger than health." Thanks for your help.

~Eric
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Allen's 1931 Iliad

Allen's 1931 Iliad, in three volumes.

Does anyone know what exactly this consists of?
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Homeric Pluperfect

Whatever does the Homeric Pluperfect mean? A past tense of a stative verb (which is what the Homeric perfect basically is) is surely impossible.
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spionic key board arrangement

I have moved and had to change email and have had problems on my computer as well.

I cannot remember where the link to the spionic key layout is.

I'll keep looking but if anyone knows I'd appreciate the help.
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Unit Three - Exercises

just two questions:

unit 3 - exercises - i - 15.
nisí tacuisset, miserum monuissem ut lacrimás céláret.
if "nisi" means both "if... not" and "unless", how do I choose between these two versions?
if you had not kept silent , i would have warned the miserable in order that he might conceal his tears.
unless you had kept silent , i would have warned ...
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Byzantine history podcast

Continuing my descent into the Cult of the Mac, I recently became iPod enabled to listen to podcasts for my walk to work. I just discovered one series which, based on the intro, should be one to follow:

12 Byzantine Rulers (or check under "Educational" in the iTunes podcast directory).

Edit: "Rulers," not "Rules."
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