- Latin (Wiktionary)
“Serenissima Elizibetha, moderatrix rerum et negotiorum omnium plebis et famili� Nazarenorum sapientissima; Origo splendoris et glori� dulcissima; nebes pluuiarum gratissima, heres et domina beatitudinis et glori� regni inclyti Angli� ad quam omnes supplices confugiunt, incrementum omnium rerum et actionum”
“To impart more gravity to the national movement, to which she gave the impulse in order to remain the moderatrix, she had required the recall of Amelot, who had long assumed at Madrid the attitude of a prime minister rather than that of an ambassador; and Louis XIV., deferring to that wish, had replaced that experienced agent by a simple”
“Christian love should be the moderatrix of all our actions towards men.”
“I say then, that charity and Christian love should be the moderatrix of all our actions towards men.”
“Elizibetha, moderatrix rerum et negotiorum omnium plebis et familiæ”
“This, according to him, goes by no means alone -- he is not so fantastic -- but only it goes first; temperance with him is the moderatrix, not the adversary of pleasure.”
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