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  • Cicero, Livy, and postclassical authors used the terms renovatio and renovare to refer to renewal in various contexts (Ladner, 1959).

    REFORMATION

  • "Conticuere omnes, intentique ora tenebaut Inde toro Sandy Macrorie sic orsus ab alto: Infandum, Regina, jubes renovare dolorem."

    The Lady of the Ice A Novel

  • Sed ne Jugurtha quidem interea quietus erat; circumire, hortari, renovare proelium et ipse cum delectis temptare omnia, subvenire suis, hostibus dubiis instare, quos firmos cognoverat, eminus pugnando retinere.

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • In Paris (jubes regina renovare dolorem) the preface was thought a masterpiece, the best and only possible defence of Buonaparte, and quite new there!

    Selected English Letters

  • _Infandum jubes renovare -- _ no one any longer can tell you what that wine was.

    News from the Duchy

  • Ideo magnopere fuit opus, hanc doctrinam de fide in Christum tradere et renovare, ne deesset consolatio pavidis conscientiis, sed scirent fide in Christum apprehendi gratiam et remissionem peccatorum et justificationem.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • [63] Pro Publio Quintio, ca. xxi: “Nolo eam rem commemorando renovare, cujus omnino rei memoriam omnem tolli funditus ac deleri arbitor oportere.”

    The Life of Cicero

  • "Infandum, regina, jubes renovare," etc. Oh, crimini, but it _was_ hot! and how I disliked the pious Æneas!

    The Martian

  • [63] Pro Publio Quintio, ca. xxi: "Nolo eam rem commemorando renovare, cujus omnino rei memoriam omnem tolli funditus ac deleri arbitor oportere."

    Life of Cicero Volume One

  • O clădire în curs de renovare s-a prăbuşit în centrul istoric al oraşului Praga Externe astăzi, 10: 28

    Mediafax

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