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Qui fugiebat rursus proeliabitur.
He who has fled will do battle once more.

Another translation version is "For he who fights and runs away may live to fight another day." The Latin proverb was written by Tertullian who was quoting a Greek source on the futility of making a last-ditch stand when the reality most likely could be a complete wipe out.

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