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Seeking simple Latin translation for motto “fire, flow, transcendence”

I am in a community of flow artists and fire performers. I'm putting together a "coat of arms" of sorts for this community, and would like to include a motto in Latin. The motto in English would be ...
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Translate into Latin: “To will the impossible” and “with will and sacrifice”

Hello and thank you in advance. Two phrases I am interested being in Latin: "To will the impossible" and "With will and sacrifice" First one being similar to "If there is a will, there's a way." ...
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Latin for “vexatious Litigant”

My days of decent knowledge of Latin are a little in the past since I passed my Latinum, and I am trying to get a good translation for what modern US courst call "vexatious litigant" into Latin for a ...
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Translating “win against all odds”

Does the phrase "non obstante omnes, vinco" have a coherent meaning? I wanted it to mean something like "in spite it all (or) against all odds, win/conquer!". I want to get this phrase engraved in ...
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“Obeying the law” in Latin

How to say "Obeying the law" or "we will obey the law" in Latin, as something like a slogan?
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Would this make sense?

So soon I'm getting a tattoo to say live without regret. I've pottered around on the internet a bit and found Sine Paenitentia Vive / Vive sine Paenitentia for this. I assume this is correct. I ...
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Be oneself among others

I stumbled upon a two word motto a while ago that translated more or less as the tile above, I believe it started with the word “Simul”. Does this ring any bells with anyone?