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  • E' strano, e mi da veramente fastidio - certo forse e' naturale, e a dire il vero con alcune colleghe/amiche questo non succede piu anche se non e' che sia la solita Ra pazzoide, troppo diretta e inopportuna, e sicuramente col tempo mi sentiro piu a mio agio...ma mi da' comunque sui nervi che trovi cosi' difficile essere me stessa.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • “Saturitas sine fastidio, et tota sanitas sine morbo.”

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • Sudat pauper foras in opere, dives in cogitatione; hic os aperit oscitatione, ille ructatione; gravius ille fastidio, quam hic inedia cruciatur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Il file AVI è la fonte originale, ma ha troppo padding verticale che dà fastidio.

    No Fat Clips!!! : ANATOLI PETROV – Poligon

  • Seneca declares that folly is its own burden, — omnis stultitia laborat fastidio sui, — a very true saying, with which may be compared the words of Jesus, the son of Sirach, The life of a fool is worse than death9.

    The Wisdom of Life

  • Readers who enjoyed the book as children, or in introducing it to their own children, can face the challenge of translating familiar episodes, such as the hunt for the heffalumpus, or Pooh's admission, "Quia ursus pusilli ingenii sum verba difficilia fastidio" ( "For I am a Bear of Very Little Brain, and long words Bother me").

    Books: Ancient Roadmap, Latin Revival, Mostly about Mummies

  • “We appeal to you, O readers of the sacred books, not to hearken to their contents with weariness and disdain for what seems to be their unpleasing method of narration” (“Deprecamur vos, O auditores sacrorum voluminum, non cum taedio vel fastidio ea quae leguntur, audire pro eo quod minus delectabilis eorum videtur esse narratio”); cp.

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

  • Illum demum liberaliter educatum esse existimat qui cum ceteris animi et corporis dotibus instructus sit, tum praesertim quicquid turpe sit oderit, quicquid sive in arte sive in rerum natura pulchrum sit diligat; neque tamen ipse (ut ait Aristotles) "animalium parum pulchorum contemplationem fastidio puerili reformidat"; sed in perpetua animantium serie hominis vestigia perscrutari conatus, satis ampla liberalitate in universa rerum natura "humani nihil a se alienum putat."

    Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley — Volume 2

  • Sequacitas est potius et coitio quam consensus: et tamen (quod pessimum est) pusillanimitas ista non sine arrogantia et fastidio se offert.

    Biographia Literaria

  • He marched cum fastidio -- with distaste (so some), despising their confederacies.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume IV (Isaiah to Malachi)

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