- n. an inland sea in northwestern Turkey; linked to the Black Sea by the Bosporus and linked to the Aegean by the Dardanelles
“He took, therefore, measure of that proportion of soil which was now become adequate to all his future purposes, and he lay dead on the ground, a great (though not a living) example of the truth of that observation of Horace: Tu secanda marmora”
“The rich man looks into the future, and makes contracts which he may never live to see executed (v. 17 -- "Tu secanda marmora Locas sub ipsum funus"); meantime”
“FuiBse municipium, docent marmora a Capta vhik laureahm.”
“Duce me retro nefcendent refonis marmora collibus Et longo procul ordine,”
“NeuJpudeat Tacros Mentita vultus frangere marmora:”
“Praeterea vario radiantia marmora ritu Donat, & a bimari venientia faxa Corintho.”
“Tuo feveras peAore marmora Puxire venat» marmora rupibus Decifa, quas Getula cslebs Deucalio fuper arva jecit*”
“Aramque & folio Solis, & aureis Fingent marmora liliis.”
“Pullau proceres. i Jam accurrit, qur marmora donet,”
“T VN t A t, dida marmora, in tabu* las diflTcaa, cx Gr TA«rvHM, vc videtur.”
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Names of cheeses from around the world, blatantly stolen from every source available to me.
"A dessert without cheese is like a beautiful woman with one eye." - Jean Anthelme Brillat-S...
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