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scuto bonae voluntatis tuae coronasti nos

scuto bonae voluntatis tuae coronasti nos

foreign term scu·to bo·nae vo·lun·ta·tis tu·ae co·ro·nas·ti nos \ˈskü-ˌtō-ˈb-ˌnī-ˌv-ln-ˌtä-tis-ˈt-ˌī-ˈkr--ˌnäs-tē-ˈnōs\

Definition of SCUTO BONAE VOLUNTATIS TUAE CORONASTI NOS

:  Thou hast crowned us with the shield of Thy good will —a motto on the Great Seal of Maryland

Origin of SCUTO BONAE VOLUNTATIS TUAE CORONASTI NOS

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