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  • At eorum qui aeternae falutis impetrandae Ieg; es nullas alias norunt, praeter eas quae (bnt i Chnfto

    De veritate religionis christianæ

  • Diis ita visum, dii melius norunt quid sit in commodum meum.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Quum tanti sit et tam profunda spiritum scientia, mirum non est tot tantasque res visu admirabiles ab ipsis patrari, et quidem rerum naturalium ope quas multo melius intelligunt, multoque peritius suis locis et temporibus applicare norunt, quam homo,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Atque interim aues regionis rapaces, et immundæ, vt corui, vultures, et aquilæ, quæ pro consuetudine optimè morem norunt, aduolant magno numero in aere: Tuncque Relligiosi cum sacerdotibus detruncant corpus in frusta velut in macello, proijcientes pecias in altum auibus, ac decantantes certam ad hoc compositam orationem, tanquam si nostri sacerdotes cantarent.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Atque interim aues regionis rapaces, et immund�, vt corui, vultures, et aquil�, qu� pro consuetudine optim� morem norunt, aduolant magno numero in aere: Tuncque Relligiosi cum sacerdotibus detruncant corpus in frusta velut in macello, proijcientes pecias in altum auibus, ac decantantes certam ad hoc compositam orationem, tanquam si nostri sacerdotes cantarent.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Thus the line of Ovid has almost a proverbial force, "Lemniadesque viros nimium quoque vincere norunt."

    Plutarch's Morals

  • "Rectiores virgas vimineas colligentes, easque cum incantamentis quibusdam secretis præstituto tempore discernentes, aperte quid portendatur norunt."

    Notes and Queries, Number 227, March 4, 1854 A Medium of Inter-communication for Literary Men, Artists, Antiquaries, Genealogists, etc.

  • Oceane o placido conplectens omnia fluctu, tu legem terris moderato limite signas, tu pelagi quodcumque facis fontisque lacusque. flumina quin etiam te norunt omnia patrem, 5 te potant nubes ut reddant frugibus imbris;

    To the Sea

  • Sed quae causa toros inopinaque gaudia uati attulit, hic mecum, dum feruent agmine postes atriaque et multa pulsantur limina uirga, hic, Erato iucunda, doce. uacat apta mouere colloquia, et docti norunt audire penates.

    The Marriage of Stella and Violentilla

  • Martial's epigram on Domitian's tame fish, "qui norunt dominum, manumque lambunt illam qua nihil est in orbe majus"

    NPNF2-08. Basil: Letters and Select Works

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