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  • Now, on this occasion he was telling us how to express remembering in Latin: and he ordered us each to make a sentence bringing in the verb memini, “I remember.”

    A School Story by M. R. James | Solar Flare: Science Fiction News

  • Et illa, cuius etiam superious memini, rapsodia Noruagica, speculum scilicet illud

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • - E4r - and patience; sometimes shew that contentions for trifles, can get but a trifling victory, wher perchance a man may see, that even Alexander & Darius, when they strave who should be Cocke of this worldes dunghill, the benefit they got, was, that the afterlivers may say, Haec memini & victum frustra contendere Thirsim.

    Defence of Poesie

  • Et memini, et meminisse juvat: scit caetera mater.

    The Lives of the Twelve Caesars, Volume 12: Domitian

  • = For _os_ 'grandness of utterance' Professor R.J. Tarrant compares _Am_ II i 11-12 'ausus eram, memini, caelestia dicere bella ... et satis _oris_ erat'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • He must have been an old friend of Ovid, for _Am_ II x is addressed to him ( 'Tu mihi, tu certe, memini, Graecine, negabas/uno posse aliquem tempore amare duas'), and he was clearly a literary patron

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Gallio, crimen erit uix excusabile nobis carmine te nomen non habuisse meo. tu quoque enim, memini, caelesti cuspide facta fouisti lacrimis uulnera nostra tuis. atque utinam rapti iactura laesus amici 5 sensisses ultra quod quererere nihil; non ita dis placuit, qui te spoliare pudica coniuge crudeles non habuere nefas. nuntia nam luctus mihi nuper epistula uenit, lectaque cum lacrimis sunt tua damna meis.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • _, 'Poemata eius etiam praelegi memini, confici vero ac proponi, non tantum operose et diligenter, sed et inepte quoque.'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • 'Non equidem insector delendave carmina Livi esse reor, memini quae plagosum mihi parvo

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • "Sparsum memini hominem inter scholasticos insanum, inter sanos scholasticum."

    Notes and Queries, Number 43, August 24, 1850

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