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“ Spanish bawd said, gaudet illa habere unum in lecto, alterum in porta, tertium qui domi suspiret, she will have one sweetheart in bed, another in the gate, a third sighing at home, a fourth, &c.”
“Nobilitas omnis fere urbes fastidit, castellis, et liberiore coelo gaudet, generisque dignitatem una maxime venatione, et falconum aucupiis tuetur.”
“This is because it wants to read only what has just been printed, and because similis simili gaudet, and it finds the shallow, insipid gossip of some stupid head of to-day more homogeneous and agreeable than the thoughts of great minds.”
“Their minds are vacant, their imagination dull, their spirits poor, and so they are driven to the company of those like them — for similis simili gaudet — where they make common pursuit of pastime and entertainment, consisting for the most part in sensual pleasure, amusement of every kind, and finally, in excess and libertinism.”
“Catastrophe (cries Slawkenbergius) inasmuch as a tale, with parts rightly disposed, not only rejoiceth (gaudet) in the Catastrophe and Peripeitia of a Drama, but rejoiceth moreover in all the essential and integrant parts of it — it has its Protasis,”
“Juxta illud, de male quaesitis vix gaudet tertius haeres.”
“* Tali dedicatore gaudet sanguis Christianus:  1”
“Deianira, tuas, quae ueris addere falsa/gaudet, et e minima sua per mendacia crescit '.”
“Caesar in arma furens nullas nisi sanguine fuso gaudet habere vias'; v. 242,”
“Ac neque jam stabulis gaudet pecus, aut arator igni.”
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