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  • Grazie, egregio e valente Maestro, per le bellezze infinite che ci regala.

    Buon compleanno, Maestro!

  • Apogeonline un egregio lungo articolo di Maurizio Boscarol che riassume molte delle idee recenti di Clay Shirky sul giornalismo di ...

    Clay Shirky: Let a thousand flowers bloom to replace newspapers; don’t build a paywall around a public good » Nieman Journalism Lab

  • Eurialum tota ferebatur, domum reversa, &c., she would not hold her eyes off him in his presence, — [6098] tantum egregio decus enitet ore, and in his absence could think of none but him, odit virum, she loathed her husband forthwith, might not abide him:

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Iam destinata erat egregio iuveni, iam electus nuptiarum dies, iam nos vocati.

    A Handbook for Latin Clubs

  • Per le continuate premure ed insistenze di questo egregio uffiziale postale Signor Rocca Francesco -- che nulla lascia pel bene avviamento del nostro uffizio -- presso 1 'on.

    Old Calabria

  • Quippe bis Hercule! in locum amplissimum Praesulis Reipublicae suae electus egregio illo in statu ita se gerebat ut laudes et nomen magni illius antecessoris, Abraham Lincoln, vel aequipararet -- quorum alter servitudinem, alter corruptionem vicit.

    African and European Addresses

  • &c. Inde quicquid erat instrumentorum Symphoniacorum, aura gemmisque egregio opere distinctorum comminuit, et in ignem injecit, &c. 6596.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Consequitur hinc non esse projicien - dum vitium in sancta Oei frustra, quia liber sanctus est hie, pulcber et de - corus sive grammatica et accurata dis - quisitione, sive elegantia scripturae vel impressionis, et ordine egregio, sive praeclara unione quae hic fit, libro - rum quos diximus, qui sunt funda - mentum rraditionis sapientiae apud ora - nes sapientes corde.

    Annales Hebraeo-typographici sec. XV

  • Tidisiet, jodice se, alioquO Tiro egregio genoinom, in gratlam com Goltxio redivisse.

    Doctrina numorum veterum

  • discat et egregio sudet in eloquio, ut post iurisonae famosa stipendia linguae25

    On Avarice

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  • 'distinguished' Italian

    September 14, 2010