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  • I would not like to see you ruin this poor lad, funditus, that is to say, out and out.

    Saint Ronan's Well

  • Et quoniam docui cunctarum exordia rerum qualia sint et quam uariis distantia formis sponte sua uolitent aeterno percita motu, quoue modo possint res ex his quaeque creari, hasce secundum res animi natura uidetur35 atque animae claranda meis iam uersibus esse et metus ille foras praeceps Acheruntis agendus, funditus humanam qui uitam turbat ab imo omnia suffundens mortis nigrore neque ullam esse uoluptatem liquidam puramque relinquit.

    Epicurus and the Fear of Death

  • Orpheus carmine funditus, consumptos iterum deae supplent Eurydices colus! sed dum respicit immemor nec credens sibi redditam55

    The Saying of Orphens

  • _Itaque unum illud erat insitum priscis illis, quos cascos appellat Ennius, esse in morte sensum neque excessu vitae sic deleri hominem, ut funditus interiret; idque cum multis aliis rebus; tum e pontificio jure et e caerimoniis sepulchrorum intellegi licet, quas maxumis ingeniis praediti nec tanta cura coluissent nec violatas tam inexpiabili religione sanxissent, nisi haereret in corum mentibus mortem non interitum esse omnia tollentem atque delentem, sed quandam quasi migrationem commutationemque vitae.

    The Belief in Immortality and the Worship of the Dead, Volume I (of 3) The Belief Among the Aborigines of Australia, the Torres Straits Islands, New Guinea and Melanesia

  • [63] Pro Publio Quintio, ca. xxi: “Nolo eam rem commemorando renovare, cujus omnino rei memoriam omnem tolli funditus ac deleri arbitor oportere.”

    The Life of Cicero

  • According to the Roman lawyers, a faculty lay with them of granting extraordinary dispensations in cases where dispensations would not be usually admissible -- which faculty was to be used, however, dummodo causa cogat urgentissima ne regnum aliquod funditus pereat; the pope's business being to decide on the question of urgency.

    The Reign of Henry the Eighth, Volume 1 (of 3)

  • [63] Pro Publio Quintio, ca. xxi: "Nolo eam rem commemorando renovare, cujus omnino rei memoriam omnem tolli funditus ac deleri arbitor oportere."

    Life of Cicero Volume One

  • [29] "Montiliana," writes Peter Martyr, "illa atria, quae vidisti aliquando, multo auro, multoque ebore compta ornataque, proh dolor! funditus dirui sunt jussa."

    The History of the Reign of Ferdinand and Isabella the Catholic — Volume 3

  • "Deus nostro tempore praelia sancta instituit, ut ordo equestris et vulgus oberrans qui vetustae Paganitatis exemplo in mutuas versabatur caedes, novum reperirent salutis promerendae genus, ut nec funditus electa, ut fieri assolet, monastica conversatione, seu religiosa qualibet professione saeculum relinquere congerentur; sed sub consueta licentia et habitu ex suo ipsorum officio Dei aliquantenus gratiam consequerentur."

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 5

  • Here is a known rule laid down, that in all societies a common ruin is the consequence of mutual quarrels: Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation; and every family too: Quae enim domus tam stabilis est, quae tam firma civitas, quae non odiis atque dissidiis funditus everti possit?

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

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