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“For, though these books were not written for some years after, for the benefit of posterity, in perpetuam rei memoriam -- as a perpetual memorial, yet the New Testament of our Lord Jesus was settled, confirmed, and declared, from the time of his death, as a nuncupative will, with which these records exactly agree.”
“They fastened this name upon the field in perpetuam rei memoriam -- for a perpetual memorial.”
“On the 24th of June, 2006 the reigning pontiff organized a special ceremony in honor of the musician see the picture above, in order to consecrate “ad perpetuam rei memoriam” his closeness to the great master.”
“Et volumus quod dicti religiosi teneantur annuatim in perpetuum pro predicta donacione nostra ad perpetuam nostri memoriam vestire quindecim pauperes ad festum Sancti Martini in hieme et eosdem cibare eodem die liberando eorum cuilibet quatuor ulnas panni grossi et lati vel sex ulnas panni stricti et eorum cuilibet unum novum par sotularium de ordine suo.”
“Causam timoris circumfert aler humor passionis materia, et atri spiritus perpetuam animae domicilio offundunt noctem.”
“(O diabolical invention!) put in the Chronicles, in perpetuam rei memoriam, to their eternal memory: when as in truth, as  some hold, it were much better”
“The old proper collect for his feast in the Discalced Carmelite Order reads: Progegat nos, Domine, sancti Bertholdi Confessoris tui veneranda solemnitas: qui sicut Carmelitarum Ordinem omni sanctitate rexit et auxit; ita perpetuam ejus protectionem sentiamus.”
“Deus salutem omnem, et foelicem in terris, et perpetuam in coelis, vestr� concedat Maiestati.”
“Nonnullis fuit opinio, intus liquefactum aurum esse, perpetuam ignibus materiam.”
“Incendia perpetua ragi, &c. Quicunque perpetuam flammarum cructationem”
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