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  • Nemo desidet otiosus, ita nemo asinino more ad seram noctem laborat; nam ea plusquam servilis aerumna, quae opificum vita eat, exceptis Utopiensibus qui diem in 24. horas dividunt, sex duntaxat operi deputant, reliquum a somno et cibo cujusque arbitrio permittitur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Raro quis diuturno morbo laborat, qui non sit melancholicus, Mercurialis de affect. capitis lib. 1 c. 10 de

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ob calefactionem spirituum pars anterior capitis laborat ob consumptionem humiditatis.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ecce pars vestrum et major et melior alget, fame laborat, et deus patitur, dissimulat, non vult, non potest opitulari suis, et vel invalidus vel iniquus est.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • 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

  • His gradatim, cum pure effluente, pars media expletur, et inde magis magisque crescentibus et dispersis corporis universi superficies tabe ac scabie laborat, quae propinquantibus simul horrorem ac nauseam movent.

    An account of the manners and customs of the Aborigines and the state of their relations with Europeans, by Edward John Eyre

  • It is written, Qui non laborat non manducat; and the said gl.ff. de damn.infect. l. quamvis, and

    Five books of the lives, heroic deeds and sayings of Gargantua and his son Pantagruel

  • Amurathes, quamvis a nobis alienus, vim sanctam illarum expertus solet eas gestare; e morbo namque hujusmodi interdum laborat.

    Notes and Queries, Number 07, December 15, 1849

  • I do not quite say with Clough, '_Qui laborat, orat_' No! An eminent vivisector may be immensely laborious.

    Memoir and Letters of Francis W. Newman

  • Video actu mulierem sexagenariam hoc affectam morbo siccitati nervorum tribuendo; laborat enim rheumatismo sicco, seu ab acrimonia sanguinis, dolores nocte a calore recrudescunt, à thermis non sublevantur: ei præscripsi phlebotomiam, et præmissis jusculis ex lactucâ, endiviâ, et collo arietis, lene catharticum, inde vero lacticinia.

    An Essay on the Shaking Palsy

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