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“In that work, however, there are two other Introits for the Mass of the Dead, one of which is "Ego sum resurrectio et vita; ... non morietur in æternam"; and the other, "Rogamus te, Dominus Deus noster, ut suscipias animam hujus defuncti, pro quo sanguinem tuum fudisti; recordare Domine quia pulvis sumus et homo sicut foenum flos agri.”
“It didn't matter that Bjani had turned around and granted the Lorelei miners a quid pro quo out of the goodness of his heart.”
“Their quid pro quo was that if Bethmann-Hollweg’s attempt to bring about a peace conference should fail — as they fully expected — the U-boats would be unleashed.”
““What about Ms. Murphy’s point that this is a quid pro quo case and not a hostile environment case?””
“The upcoming trial, Dietz v. Chipster, is a quid pro quo case of sexual harassment.”
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