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  • In hunc ergo ortum uirtutum floribus decoratum, pia Dei genitrix ad deliciandum libenter progressa, exstirpauit uiciorum germina, plantans uirtutum semina, rigando fecundauit interiora cordium, perfundendo ea profusiori ymbre graciarum, stillante indesinenter Dei munere super terram.

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  • Unde et nos pie credimus, confidimus et speramus, quod Theothocos, sancta polorum terreque potentissima imperatrix, inter alia loca dominacionis sue ortum sibi deliciarum preuiderit, elegerit et constituerit istud sanctum monasterium ex antiquo, in quod libenter perambulauit et frequenter, clausum Dei custodia circumdedit et protexit diligenter, ex quo orationum feruencium et uirtutum omnium spirauit odor suauissimus habundanter.

    Sensual Encounters: Monastic Women and Spirituality in Medieval Germany

  • Iuxta crucem tecum stare, te libenter sociáre in planctu desídero.

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  • Neutrius se fortunae extremum libenter experturam dixit: sed si necessitas alterius subinde imponeretur, optare se difficilem et adversam: quod in hac nulli unquam defuit solatium, in altera multis consilium, &c. Lod.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Nunquam spernit Deus Poenitentiam si sincere et simpliciter offeratur, He never rejects a penitent sinner, though he have come to the full height of iniquity, wallowed and delighted in sin; yet if he will forsake his former ways, libenter amplexatur, He will receive him.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • For my part I pity these men, stultos jubeo esse libenter, let them go as they are, in the catalogue of Ignoramus.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ista libenter et magna cum voluptate spectare soleo.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Asser Arthuri; parcerem libenter heroinarum laesae majestati, si non historiae veritas aurem vellicaret, Leland.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Quicquid auri apud nos est, libenter persolvemus, etiamsi tota urbs nostra aurum esset.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Mentiri vis causa mea? ego vero cupide et libenter mentiar tua causa; et si quando me vis perjurare, ut paululum tu compendii facias, paratum fore scito.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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