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  • If I were an operatic aria I'd lift his lanky body from his Moody rooms, fly him way up high, giddy on my agitata, whisk him in giggling laps around that seaside moon, land him and his little wriggling legs safe on my bulging belly, and - O, the declarations I'd demand, and - O, the saucy ditties he'd surrender - under the threat of certain death by suffocation from my monstrous breasts.

    NICK POP'S BRAIN

  • Multa corpora vidi gravissime hinc agitata, et stomacho multum obfuisse.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Se credete nella reincarnazione, ecco come sarà la vostra prossima vita: agitata, non scecherata!

    No Fat Clips!!! : KITTY LIN – The Sky Bar

  • Disce hinc possit Fortuna: immota labascunt, et quae perpetuo sunt agitata manent.

    languagehat.com: THE RUINS OF ROME.

  • (Münster, 1855); "De controversia, quae de volore baptismi haereticorum inter S. Stephanum Papam et S. Cyprianum agitata sit, commentatio historico - dogmatica" (Münster, 1860); "De operibus supererogatoriis et consiliis evangelicis in genere" (Münster, 1868);

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • Tullio, cum diuinationem distribuit, uehementer agitata tibique ipsi res diu prorsus multumque quaesita, sed haud quaquam ab ullo uestrum hactenus satis diligenter ac firmiter expedita.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Atque, uti Graeca utar oratione in rebus quae a Graecis agitata Latina interpretatione translata sunt: [Greek: hai ousiai en men tois katholou einai dunantai. en de tois atomois kai kata meros monois huphistantai], id est: essentiae in uniuersalibus quidem esse possunt, in solis uero indiuiduis et particularibus substant.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Princes and re inter nos partes citra odiosam contentionem pacifice agitata, Deo dante, dissensio dirimatur, et ad unam veram concordem religionem reducatur; sicut omnes sub uno Christo sumus et militamus et unum

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • 'Sir, that is taken from Janus Vitalis: [715]' ... immota labescunt; Et quae perpetuo sunt agitata manent

    Life of Johnson

  • Immota labascunt, Et quae perpetuo sunt agitata manent. '

    Life of Johnson

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