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Six. Six thrice or three dice

Everything or Nothing

Three dice

Everything or nothing. “Cæsar aut nullus.” The Greeks and Romans

used to play with three dice. The highest throw was three sixes, and the lowest three aces. The aces were left blank, and three aces were called “three dice.” (See CÆSAR.)


(Latin stratum super stratum). Layer over layer.


stands for Sanctae Theologiae Professor. Professor is the Latin for Doctor. D.D.— i.e. Divinity Doctor or Doctor of Divinity— is the English equivalent of the Latin S.T.P.