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from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In horticulture, a branch laid down in the process of layering.
  • n. In botany, same as bulblet.

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  • 'Nam neque nos agere hoc patriai tempore iniquo possumus aequo animo nec Memmi clara propago talibus in rebus communi desse saluti.'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • = At _Met_ II 38-39 the same phrase with a different meaning: (Phaethon to his father) 'pignora da, genitor, per quae tu uera propago/credar, et hunc animis _errorem_ [' doubt '] _detrahe_ nostris*.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Pauli haeres, cujus vocabulum trahit, Martiae Papyriae Matris Africani vera et germana propago.

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 3

  • Latin propaganda feminine ablative gerundive of propago

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  • Gracchorum stirps, soboles Scipionum, Pauli haeres, cujus vocabulum trahit, Martiae Papyriae Matris Africani vera et germana propago.

    The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire

  • Nam cum cerebri sit propago qusedam facies, ad quam sensuum omnium organa deflectant, quo in loco animse viHus divinas suas vires exerat, quid inconveni - entius fuisset, & protoplasta indignius, quam membra ilia pecuina et abjecta, cum partibus adeo nobilibus et divinis confundere?

    Illustrations of Sterne: with other essays and verses

  • O curvae in terris animae et caelestium inanes, quid iuvat hoc, templis nostros immittere mores et bona dis ex hac scelerata ducere pulpa? haec sibi corrupto casiam dissolvit olivo et Calabrum coxit vitiato murice vellus, haec bacam conchae rasisse et stringere venas ferventis massae crudo de pulvere iussit. peccat et haec, peccat, vitio tamen utitur. at vos dicite, pontifices, in sancto quid facit aurum? nempe hoc quod Veneri donatae a virgine pupae. quin damus id superis, de magna quod dare lance non possit magni Messalae lippa propago? compositum ius fasque animo sanctosque recessus mentis et incoctum generoso pectus honesto: haec cedo ut admoveam templis et farre litabo.

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • If these Frank gentry continue directing their course upon the Imperial city, being, as they are, — — — ‘propago

    Count Robert of Paris

  • nam centum aut plures flumina nostra tenent: ne me sperne, precor, tantum, Troiana propago: 65

    The Loves of Rivers

  • Hinc redle concludi pofle augurOr, cum nullum pofiea Atlantum in hifloria fuperfit vefiigium, praeter Atlau* tes illos barbaros, qui Herodoti aevo circa Atlantem M« fc continebant, nee tam Adantum noftrorum poftcri, quam potius Phuteorum propago, a vicino monte no - men adepti vidcntur, integram Atlantum gentem poft dcvidtioncm fuam cum Phceniciis coloniis unum in po - pulum coaluifTe, ac non folum oppidis illis innumeris implendis plurimum contulifle, fed etiam toti Mauro - rum genti ortum dcdifle cum Phcenicibus ALIISQUE CANANAEIS fugiti vis fimul.

    Collectanea de Rebus Hibernicis

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