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    As a school's motto, which one is better?

    Self—discipline and Well-knowledge
    Self—discipline and Erudition

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    Re: As a school's motto, which one is better?

    Quote Originally Posted by NewHope
    Self—discipline and Well-knowledge
    Self—discipline and Erudition
    How abour Self Discipline and Excellence.

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    Thanks.

    But i feel "excellent" is too vague in meaning, which can mean many things, not just erudition.

    PS. Do you think the compound noun "well knowledge" is okay?

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