LICET. It is lawful; not forbidden by law. Id omne licitum est, quod non est legibus prohibitum; quamobrem, quod, lege permittente, fit, poenam non meretur.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Of this state hear what Cicero saith: Quam volumus licet, patres conscripti, nos amemus, tamen nec numero Hispanos, nec robore Gallos, nec calliditate Poenos, nec artibus Graecos, nec denique hoc ipso hujus gentis et terrae domestico nativoque sensu Italos ipsos et Latinos; sed pietate, ac religione, atque hac una sapientia, quod deorum immortalium numine omnia regi gubernarique perspeximus, omnes gentes nationesque superavimus.
"Become what thou art" applied to all, of course, becomes a vicious maxim; it is to be hoped, however, that we may learn in time that the same action performed by a given number of men, loses its identity precisely that same number of times.--"Quod licet Jovi, non licet bovi."
"Apparently, they follow the rule Quod licet Jovi, non licet bovi (What is permissible for Jove is not permissible for a bull)," Lavrov stated, noting that "this is a very twisted logic.
(40) Pope Paul III's constitution, Licet ab initio (July 21, 1542), established the Supreme Sacred Congregation of the Roman and Universal Inquisition, the predecessor to the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, specifying that the punishments that could be meted out to heretics included imprisonment, confiscation of goods, and execution.
Briefing topics and discussions covered in the summit included licet maintenance and readiness, NAVSUP Weapon System Support (WSS) initiatives and challenges, NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center Logistics Support Team fleet waterfront support, DLA support initiatives, unmanned maritime systems support issues, mission package support facility initiatives, mine warfare systems, and the frigate sustainment strategy.
Ergo apparet: quia licet sub nomine nobilitatis non habeamus aliquem
In her Respuesta, Sor Juana states: "de manera que aquellas cosas que no se pueden decir, es menester decir siquiera que no se pueden decir, para que se entienda que el callar no es no haber que decir, sino no caber en las voces lo mucho que hay que decir." She then quotes: "Audavit arcana Dei, quae non licet homini loqui" (OC 4: 442).
Often students' attempts to imitate something they heard on a recording are met with some version of Quod licet Jovi, non licet bovi.