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  • Clericorum suffragia omnes quae cives celici annuant votis supplicum et vitae poscant praemium.

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  • Quod Philosophi non remunerentur, cum scurra et ineptus ob insulsum jocum saepe praemium reportet, inde fit, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Est enim mors piorum felix transitus de labore ad refrigerium, de expectatione ad praemium, de agone ad bravium.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Dari praemium vel paenam post hanc vitam transactam.

    God, Aids & Circumcision

  • Ad hoc, si quis indicavisset de conjuratione, quae contra rem publicam facta erat, praemium servo libertatem et sestertia centum, [159] libero impunitatem ejus rei et sestertia ducenta; itemque decrevere, uti gladiatoriae familiae Capuam et in cetera municipia distribuerentur pro cujusque opibus, [160] Romae per totam urbem vigiliae haberentur, iisque minores magistratus [161] praeessent.

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • Charón pró hóc offició mercédem postulábat, neque quemquam, nisi hóc praemium prius dedisset, tránsvehere volébat.

    Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles A First Latin Reader

  • Postquam tamen hórum auxilió moenia cónfecta sunt, nólébat Láomedón praemium quod próposuerat persolvere.

    Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles A First Latin Reader

  • [Footnote 31: _post quae_ (Beyte).] [Footnote 32: Omitting Helm's insertion of _praemium_ after _quam_.] 98.

    The Apologia and Florida of Apuleius of Madaura

  • Santeuil, a poet of the seventeenth century, said he would give all the verses he had written for the one stanza of the "Verbum Supernum": "Se nascens dedit socium, convescens in edulium: Se moriens in pretium, Se regnans dat in praemium" -- "In birth, man's fellow-man was He, His meat, while sitting at the Board: He died his Ransomer to be, He reigns to be his Great Reward" (tr. by Marquis of Bute).

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • Christum spectatores habere, quanto istic et apparatus uberior et sumptus largior exhibendus est, ubi ad spectaculum conveniunt caelorum virtutes, conveniunt angeli omnes, ubi munerario non quadriga vel consulatus petitur sed vita aeterna praestatur, nec captatur inanis et temporarius favor vulgi sed perpetuum praemium regni caelestis accipitur: [1721] 1

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries

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