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  • Benedict the Canon adds that the archdeacon distributed amongst the people the remains of the incense and of the charcoal which had stood for the space of twelve months in such close proximity to the bones of the apostle — hac ratione, ut quicumque febricitans devote in fide Apostoli ex his biberit, sanetur.

    The Station at St Paul

  • Bene+dic, Domine, creaturam istam cerevisae, quam ex adipe frumenti producere dignatus es: ut sit remedium salutare humano generi: et praesta per invocationem nominis tui sancti, ut, quicumque ex ea biberint, sanitatem corporis, et animae tutelam percipiant.

    dustbury.com » The blessing of the beer

  • Non ita erit inter vos, sed quicumque voluerit inter vos magnus fieri, erit vester minister; et, quicumque voluerit inter vos primus esse, erit vester servus; sicut Filius hominis non venit ministrari sed ministrare et dare animam suam redemptionem pro multis .

    Archive 2008-10-19

  • Ven., p. 53: "Ergo cum nullus absque peccato esse possit, actuale autem peccatum in paruulis inuenire non possit, quoniam omnis quicumque peccat aut originaliter aut actualiter peccat; paruuli, qui actualiter pecare non potuerunt, utique originaliter peccauerunt."

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

  • Pascalis secundi pape omnes illi clerici dampnantur et a communione fidelium seperantur quicumque de manu laici suscipiunt ....

    Hamilton: "A Liturgy of Reform"

  • = The jostling of a crowd similarly described at _Am_ III ii 21-22 'tu tamen a dextra, quicumque es, parce puellae;/contactu lateris laeditur ista tui'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • _Fateor me oratorem, si modo sim, aut etiam quicumque sim, non ex rhetorum officinis, sed ex Academiæ spatiis extitisse.

    A Dialogue Concerning Oratory, Or The Causes Of Corrupt Eloquence The Works Of Cornelius Tacitus, Volume 8 (of 8); With An Essay On His Life And Genius, Notes, Supplements

  • [307] The loose leaf was then removed, and a new one placed instead, in view of the year to come: "In fine vero anni non quicumque voluerit sed cui injunctum fuerit, quod verius et melius censuerit ad posteritatis notitiam transmittendum, in corpore libri succincta brevitate describat; et tunc veter scedula subtracta nova imponatur."

    A Literary History of the English People From the Origins to the Renaissance

  • The statute thereupon ordains that "no person, religious or other", nullus religiosus aut alius quicumque, shall buy or sell lands or tenements or receive them, or appropriate them (under pain of forfeiture) so as to cause the land to come into mortmain, per quod ad manum mortuam terræ et tenementa hujusmodi deveniant quoque modo.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • Geryonen Tityonque tristi conpescit unda, scilicet omnibus quicumque terrae munere uescimur10

    Eheu fugaces

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