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“Another must have roses in winter, alieni temporis flores, snow-water in summer, fruits before they can be or are usually ripe, artificial gardens and fishponds on the tops of houses, all things opposite to the vulgar sort, intricate and rare, or else they are nothing worth.”
“That the usurer breaketh the first law, that was made for mankind after the fall, which was, in sudore vultus tui comedes panem tuum; not, in sudore vultus alieni.”
“Usury is the certainest means of gain, though one of the worst; as that whereby a man doth eat his bread, in sudore vultus alieni; and besides, doth plough upon Sundays.”
“Sir Walpole was a jolly fellow, eager to seize and to spend money (alieni appetens, sui profusus, as Mr. Crawley would remark with a sigh), and in his day beloved by all the county for the constant drunkenness and hospitality which was maintained at”
“Video musicale colorato e variegato, con auto dalle ruote quadrate, diggei e rapimenti alieni.”
“Videamus.ff. de his qui sunt sui vel alieni juris, et in l.munerum. para. mixta ff. de mun. et hon.”
“* Ex nequissimis in ipso vitae exitu gratia invenit quos adoptet, cum tamen multi, etiam qui minus nocentes videantur, doni hujus alieni sunt.”
“Ex nequissimis in ipso vitae exitu gratia invenit quos adoptet, cum tamen multi, etiam qui minus nocentes videantur, doni hujus alieni sunt.”
“Following classical tradition, the sev - enth-century scholar Isidore of Seville called allegory an inversion of speech, alieni loquium, aliud enim sonat, aliud intelligitur, whereby, in saying one thing”
“By dint of a brazen assurance, a most obliging manner, and the lavish expenditure of money, "profusus sui alieni appetens" -- he ingratiated himself with nearly every southerner who visited Halifax although he was a coarse, ill-bred vulgarian, of no social standing in the community.”
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