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Daily Telegraph Prize Crossword 28044 Tuesday February 23Rd 2016

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arjay | 07:52 Tue 23rd Feb 2016 | Quizzes & Puzzles
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Not a crossword clue, but in yesterday's Daily Telegraph was a letter in Latin, reading"Parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus"
Please translate this for me.
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The mountains part, and a silly mouse is born.
"The mountains will go into labour, and give birth to a ridiculous mouse"
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Thank you fiction-factory and Jackdaw 33
... in essence - Promise much, deliver little.
A metaphor for " huge efforts that amount to very little".
Was it referring to Cameron's EU negotiations?
Soz, missed the future tense. Should have known better!

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