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  • Tuere nos, Domine, quaesumus, tua sancta sumentes: et terram, quam vidimus nostris iniquitatibus trementem, superno munere firma; ut mortalium corda cognoscant, et te indignante talia flagella prodire, et te miserante cessare.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Et cum totum illud opus cessare putaretur, ecce in medio prorupit unus stipulosus vernaculus, statura modicus, sed efferus, dicens: Ecce ego! quis me conducet intrare cum operariis istis ad hunc ludum theatralem?

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • Si spiritus potestatem habentis ascenderit super te, locum tuum ne demiseris; quia curatio faciet cessare peccata maxima.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • Thwackum was encouraged to the undertaking by reflecting that to covet your neighbour’s sister is nowhere forbidden: and he knew it was a rule in the construction of all laws, that “Expressum facit cessare tacitum.

    VI. Containing a Better Reason Still for the Beforementioned Opinions. Book III

  • Romanis positum? raptosque ex ignibus ignis cedentemque uiro flammam, qui templa ferebat? quot subitae ueniunt ualidorum in corpora mortes seque ipsae rursus fugiunt errantque per ignis ex ipsis elati rediere sepulcris; 70 atque his uita duplex. illis uix contigit una. ecce leuis perimit morbus grauiorque remittit, succumbit sorti ratio, ui uincitur usus; cura nocet, cessare iuuat, mora saepe malorum dat pausas, laeduntque cibi, parcuntque ueuena.

    The Rule of Fate

  • Hoc tamen habet incommodi tantum beneficium, quod mihi nunquam posthac sine vestrae famae detrimento vel labi liceat vel cessare; semperque sit timendum, ne quod mihi tam eximiae laudi est, vobis aliquando fiat opprobrio.

    Life Of Johnson

  • Hoc tamen habet incommodi tantum beneficium, quod mihi nunquam posthâc sine vestrae famae detrimento vel labi liceat vel cessare; semperque sit timendum, ne quod mihi tam eximiae laudi est, vobis aliquando fiat opprobrio.

    Life of Johnson, Volume 2 1765-1776

  • Thwackum was encouraged to the undertaking by reflecting that to covet your neighbour’s sister is nowhere forbidden: and he knew it was a rule in the construction of all laws, that “Expressum facit cessare tacitum.”

    The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling

  • cogitur ad litis surgere uterque nouas; tu, cum feminei possint cessare Iabores,

    Cruel Dawn

  • tunc quoque praeteriens uulnera multa dabis; non possunt, licet ipse uelis, cessare sagittae, 45

    The Captive of Love

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