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  • 'Carmina sublimis tunc sunt peritura Lucreti, exitio terras cum dabit una dies.'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • The speculations of the Antiquary were of a more melancholy cast, and were partly indicated by the ejaculation of cito peritura! as he turned away from the prospect.

    The Antiquary

  • But then also, for the reciting or repeating part of memory, that is so necessary, that Cicero himself observes of oratory, (which indeed upon a sacred subject is preaching,) that upon the want of memory alone, omnia, etiamsi praeclarissima fuerint, in oratore peritura.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. III.

  • '_Vale, venalis civitas, mox peritura, si emptorem invenias_,' was the prophetic curse of Jugurtha upon Rome, in the days of her deep corruption.

    Memoir of the Life of John Quincy Adams.

  • The speculations of the Antiquary were of a more melancholy cast, and were partly indicated by the ejaculation of _cito peritura!

    The Antiquary — Complete

  • Ut toti metuas tabulae, ne flamma per omne Livida ferpat opus, tenuefque abfumpta rccedat Piflura in cineres, propriis peritura favillis.

    The Works of the English Poets

  • Sed quomodo vivam, fi peritura funt? quomodo placabilem, fi damnata funt?

    Theologia dogmatico-moralis secundum ordinem catechismi Concilii Tridentini

  • Hoc praenunciabat, quod Noe in latere Arcae oftium Geiui» facere jufius elt » qua intrarent animalia « quae non erant diluvio peritura, quibus praeiigurabatur Eqcie - lia* Propter hoc prima mulier iada eft de latere viri dormientis, & appeiiata eft vita materque vivoruni* Gen. §,

    Theologia dogmatico-moralis secundum ordinem catechismi Concilii Tridentini

  • The metrical panegyric of Pope Damasus tells us that immediately after the promulgation of the imperial edict against the Christians Agnes voluntarily declared herself a Christian, and suffered very steadfastly the martyrdom of fire, giving scarcely a thought to the frightful torments she had to endure, and concerned only with veiling, by means of her flowing hair, her chaste body which had been exposed to the gaze of the heathen multitude (Nudaque profusum crinem per membra dedisse, Ne domini templum facies peritura videret).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 1: Aachen-Assize

  • * omnia, etiamsi praeclarissima fuerint, in oratore peritura.

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. III.

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