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“De proportionibus proportionum and Ad pauca respicientes, Edited with introductions, English translations, and critical notes by Edward Grant.”
“De proportionibus proportionum and Ad pauca respicientes.”
“But whom shall I except in the second place? such as are silent, vir sapit qui pauca loquitur;”
“In natural actions their appetite is greater than their concoction, multa appetunt pauca digerunt as Rhasis hath it, they covet to eat, but cannot digest.”
“Their urine is most part pale, and low coloured, urina pauca acris, biliosa (Areteus), not much in quantity; but this, in my judgment, is all out as uncertain as the other, varying so often according to several persons, habits, and other occasions not to be respected in chronic diseases.”
“For my part, as Sallust said of Carthage, praestat silere, quam pauca dicere; I have said, yet one thing I will add, that this kind of physic is very moderately and advisedly to be used, upon good occasion, when the former of diet will not take place.”
“Indeed, vir sapit qui pauca loquitur, but then again I have never been a man of few words with the exception of last night.”
“Tunc exiuimus, et post pauca, venit Ductor noster ad nos, et ducens nos ad hospitium, dixit mihi,”
“Et post pauca rogauit vt diceremus benedictionem pro eo, quod et fecimus.”
“Vnus alium satis honorat, et familiaritatem ac cibaria, quamuis apud eos sint pauca, liberaliter satis communicat.”
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