In simple terms, it is as the ancient saying goes: festina lente
- more haste, less speed.
Thus Festina lente
becomes Eile mit Weile in German, with a coinciding internal rhyme.
Dogfish Head, the hot East Coast micro, is releasing four winter beers on December 1: Au Courant, Festina Lente, Pangea and WorldWide Stout.
Festina Lente is a "neo-lambic ale" that that goes through both a yeast and bacteria fermentation, and is aged on oak chips and Delaware peaches.
human therapy in Ireland and Britain - such as Riding for the Disabled, Festina Lente
in County Wicklow, and the Barrettstown Gang Camp Fund (founded by actor Paul Newman) - Shetlands have been trained to act as guide ponies for the blind in Nottinghampshire.
The 20ft Festina Lente
with a couple from Rotherham, South Yorkshire, on board, grounded in thick fog on rocks at East Scar and suffered a damaged rudder.
His trademark, a dolphin twined around an anchor, was explained by Erasmus: festina lente
, "make haste slowly" (fast dolphin, steadfast anchor), and is still a favorite device with European and American publishers.
Quickness, for Calvino, has nothing to do with the hurry that constantly overshadows the work of the architect - his motto is festina lente
, make haste slowly.
While Summa extends itself temporally through the device of pitch rotation, Festina lente
(1980, revised 1990), for string orchestra, uses mensuration canon as its dominant structural principle, a feature it shares with works such as Arbos (1977) and Cantus in Memory of Benjamin Britten (1980).
Doctoroff, Skanska USA Civil President/CEO Salvatore Mancini, and world-renowned architect Santiago Calatrava, Principal, Festina Lente
THE Cheltenham Festival has come and gone, but three equine-related charities (Festina Lente
, Fettercairn Youth Horse Project and the Jockeys' Accident Fund) will continue to benefit from well over e12,000 raised through our Cheltenham preview at The Submarine in Dublin.
The change of tone may be due to his stay in Venice: whereas Paris for him was a stronghold of scholasticism, Venice represented Greek manuscripts and humanism, as he makes clear in his praise of Aldus Manutius and his circle (included in the essay "Festina lente
," Adagia 1001).
 In his Adagia (1536), Desiderius Erasmus forcefully recommends Festina lente
("Make haste slowly"), a truly "royal" maxim, to contemporary rulers.
(14) On the hieroglyphic nature of proverbs, see "Festina lente
," II.i.1 in Erasmus, 1982, 171-90.