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  • Homini cibus utilissimus simplex, acervatio cirborum pestifera, et condimenta perniciosa, multos morbos multa fercula ferunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Flandri vinum butyro dilutum bibunt (nauseo referens) ubique butyrum inter omnia fercula et bellaria locum obtinet.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Dum fui in prouincia Manzi transiui iuxta palatium vnius hominis popularis, qui habuit 50. domicellas virgines sibi continuè ministrantes, in omnibus pascentes eum sicut auis auiculas, et habet semper 5. fercula triplicata; et quando pascunt eum, continuè cantant dulcissimè: Iste habet in redditibus Tagaris risi 30.

    The Journal of Friar Odoric

  • Luckily the fercula — the main courses — arrived at that moment; greedy Clitumna snatched her hand away and stretched it out to grab at the roast mutton with thyme sauce.

    The First Man in Rome

  • Capitoline deities themselves, carried on _fercula_ (biers).

    Social life at Rome in the Age of Cicero

  • Gaudebunt nomen concelebrare tuum; Condiet appositum dum fercula nostra salinum,

    Reminiscences of Scottish Life and Character

  • New taxes, sumptuary taxes, vestiary taxes; _nemo audeat comedere praeter duo fercula cum potagio_; tax on the living, tax on the dead, tax on successions, tax on carriages, tax on paper.

    Napoleon the Little

  • QQaoticunque domus, veniet, qui fercula do&e Componat; veniet, qui pulmentaria condit, 1 8

    A. Persii Flacci et Dec. Jun. Juvenalis satirae: Ad optimas editiones ...

  • In these things this sense is better judge than the art: — “Coenae fercula nostrae

    The Advancement of Learning

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