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  • Aquitaine, but this theory has broken down, for Prosper of Aquitaine in some manuscripts of the "Consular Chronicle" is called Tiro

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 12: Philip II-Reuss

  • Palmeiras away uniforms were with the Tiro model, with white base colour.

    S.E Palmeiras team kits 2009/10

  • Tiro says there are also poor people in America what do you say?

    “We are Preparing” « Peace Corps South Africa

  • Tiro was the first man to record a speech in the Senate verbatim, and his shorthand system, known as Notae Tironianae, was still in use in the church in the sixth century; indeed, some traces of it the symbol “&,” the abbreviations “etc.,” “n.b.,” “i.e.,” “e.g.” survive to this day.

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  • I have my faults, Tiro—you know them better than any man: no need to point them out—but I am not like Pompey, or Caesar, or Crassus.

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  • Such dreams I had, Tiro—such hopes of glory and renown.

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  • If ever you wished for a symbol of all that is best about Roman justice, Tiro, you saw it this morning.

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  • He beckoned me over and whispered in my ear, Run after him, Tiro.

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  • “Time for us to start counting our spoons, then, Tiro,” said Cicero, and Balbus clapped his hands and pulled up his knees and literally rocked with laughter.

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  • A few years before the birth of Christ, a biography of the Roman orator and statesman Cicero was produced by his former secretary, Tiro.

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