The European project's founder Jean Monnet turned this into a dictum for the organisation of the European Union.
It was yet another example of the old dictum that racing can be a very cruel sport.
the old dictum “might makes right.”
Apparently, the new dictum in the National Party is that if women members disagree with their leader, they are gone by lunchtime.
‘Where there is smoke there is fire’, says the old dictum .
Our pronouncements to medical students are reinforced by a second dictum : always diagnose the treatable and important, even if it is not the most common or likely explanation for the patient's symptoms.
For example, the authors accept the dictum that the nineteenth century Church was a ‘young men's Church’ while the twentieth century church is ‘a women's church’.
As a result, by the eve of World War II, no one seriously questioned the dictum of Gen George Marshall, Army chief of staff, that no democracy could endure a 10-year war.
The truth of the dictum has been demonstrated in history, both ancient and recent, time and again.
the First Amendment dictum that “Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech”