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  • a Seneca (Elzevir), she has written, "_Adversus virtutem possunt calamitates damna et injuriæ quod adversus solem nebulæ possunt_."

    Notes and Queries, Number 04, November 24, 1849

  • Fenestrule confessionum unum pedem habent non distantibus cancellis plurimum propter surdas; verumtamen foramina possunt esse ceteris strictiora.

    Sensual Encounters: Monastic Women and Spirituality in Medieval Germany

  • "Fraternitas canonicum in Ecclesia statutum non habet et eius ministri nullum ministerium legitime agere possunt."

    RORATE CÆLI

  • 'Fraternitas canonicum in Ecclesia statutum non habet et eius ministri nullum ministerium legitime agere possunt.'

    RORATE CÆLI

  • Sed doctrinae quaestiones, ut liquet, manent atque, usque dum non enodentur, Fraternitas canonicum in Ecclesia statutum non habet et eius ministri nullum ministerium legitime agere possunt.

    RORATE CÆLI

  • In its role as patron of Lingua Latina, the Vatican will soon publish a new dictionary of the old Roman tongue, its first in nearly 30 years, dedicated to the proposition that Omnia dici possunt Latine -- everything can be said in Latin.

    New Vita For An Old Lingua

  • There exist in this world a range of sublunary spirits that carminibus coelo possunt deducere lunam, and they have been divided since ancient times into six kinds: fiery, aerial, terrestrial, watery, subterranean, and the whole class of fairies and nymphs.

    Excerpt: The Stolen Child by Keith Donohue

  • Hoc fere Zanchius com. in 4 cap. ad Ephes. aequissimam vocat usuram, et charitati Christianae consentaneam, modo non exigant, &c. nec omnes dent ad foenus, sed ii qui in pecuniis bona habent, et ob aetatem, sexum, artis alicujus ignorantiam, non possunt uti.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Qui inter hos enutriuntur, non magis sapere possunt, quam qui in culina bene olere.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Si ex tristitia aut alio affectu caeperit, speciem considera, aut aliud qui eorum, quae subitam alterationem facere possunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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