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“Gloria tibi, Domine, qui natus es de Virgine, cum Patre et Sancto Spiritu in sempiterna secula.”
“Ergo maris stella, Verbi Dei cella Et solis aurora, Paradysi porta, Per quam lux est orta, Natum tuum ora, Ut nos solvat a peccatis, Et in regna claritatis Quo lux lucet sedula, Collocet per secula.”
“Laus, honor, virtus, gloria Deo Patri et Filio sancto simul paracleto in sempiterna secula.”
“And that durare is applied to the idea of hardness, as well as that of existence, we see in Horace, Epod.xvi. ferro duravit secula.”
“The et nunc et semper et in secula seculorum of the Liturgy is the device taken by many a sublime unknown poet, whose works consist in magnificent epics conceived and lost between heart and heart.”
“Dura lex in manus Barinas pontifiex sed in secula seculorem et in currículo vitae suo.”
“And then may it be pleasing to Him who is the Lord of courtesy, that my soul might go to see the glory of its lady, that is of that blessed Beatrice, who gloriously gazes on the face of Him qui est per omnia secula benedictus: who is blessed throughout all the ages.”
“Ven., 11, p. 13: "Et, o docti homines, insipientibus et indoctis nunc tandem quod intellegere hactenus non potuerant exponentes, itane desipuerunt preterita secula, ut tot milibus paruulorum per mille et eo amplius annos illusorium baptisma tribuerent, et a Christi temporibus usque ad uos non ueros ei christianos sed phantasticos crearent?" back”
“There will come a day (may it be long distant!) when the very best of his novels will be forgotten; and it is reasonable to suppose that his dramas will pass out of existence, some time or other, in the lapse of the secula seculorum.”
“My word given to her was in secula seculorum, or binding at least as long as my life should endure.”
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