an appropriate way to sum up the trip -- 'Challenge Yourself and Change the World' TM -- we pushed the envelope as they say, and I don't know about anyone else, but I learned that my maximum capacity is a lot greater than I ever knew
The war-cry of the ancient barbarians that evolved into the inspirational sayings often inscribed around the device, onto banners, or into family crests. Mottoes were adopted purely at the pleasure of the individual, there was no prerequisite and no registering authority. Mottoes were traditionally not hereditary; each individual crafted their own.
a sentence, phrase, or word inscribed on something as appropriate to or indicative of its character or use; a short expression of a guiding principle or ideal of behavior. Example: "Take nothing but pictures; leave nothing but footprints; kill nothing but time" is the motto of the Baltimore Grotto, a caving society.
A motto (from Italian) is a phrase or a short list of words meant formally to describe the general motivation or intention of an entity, social group, or organization. Many countries, cities, universities, and other institutions have mottos, as do families with coats of arms.
has a double meaning "Here Always we Drink" is the literal translation, but the initials H S B stand for Horndean Special Bitter. (or High Speed Bitter) a particularly likeable BEER brewed by Gales of Horndean in Hampshire. Some of the more fortunate Moravians were brought up on HSB and its stable companions which must prove something.
(clown's): An exclamation belonging to, and used by, one clown, often without literal meaning, and specific to him only, said to the audience with different intonations depending on the occasion; it is a visiting-card of performer. This trick (action) is especially specific to augustes.