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“This view is strengthened by a consideration of the word janua itself.”
“A door thus guarded might be known as a janua foris, that is, a Januan door, and the phrase might in time be abridged into janua, the noun foris being understood but not expressed.”
“Yet besides this ordinary name for door, which the Latins shared with all their Aryan brethren, they had also the name janua, to which there is no corresponding term in any Indo-European speech.”
“A door thus guarded might be known as a janua foris, that is, a”
“Aspichmis dominam; sed postquam heu janua clausa est,”
“Et si enim seram addas tali arcae et exteriore janua et vecte eam communias, intus tamen fraudem et avaritiam, &c. In”
“Quid enim meretrix nisi juventutis expilatrix, virorum rapina seu mors; patrimonii devoratrix, honoris pernicies, pabulum diaboli, janua mortis, inferni supplementum?”
“Neither let that be feared which is said, Fronti nulla fides, which is meant of a general outward behaviour, and not of the private and subtle motions and labours of the countenance and gesture; which, as Q. Cicero elegantly saith, is Animi janua, “the gate of the mind.””
“Sabbath-breaker, an unclean person, so he were no Puritan, and had money, -- "patet atri janua ditis," the Episcopal heaven was open for them all.”
“Ita illi janua prohibiti tantum facinus frustra susceperant.”
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transformational, entryway words: thresh(hold), fresh relief
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