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  • One of these two openings is deeper than the other, for it was a favour granted only to persons of distinction to introduce their objects of piety (sanctuaria usque ad secundam cateractam.)

    The Station at St Paul

  • Madness, frenzy, and melancholy are confounded by Celsus, and many writers; others leave out frenzy, and make madness and melancholy but one disease, which [896] Jason Pratensis especially labours, and that they differ only secundam majus or minus, in quantity alone, the one being a degree to the other, and both proceeding from one cause.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Mr. Mackshane, flattering himself with the prospect of our miscarriage, went away, and left us to manage it as we should think proper; accordingly, having sawed off part of the splinter that stuck through the skin, we reduced the fracture, dressed the wound, applied the eighteen-tailed bandage, and put the leg in a box, secundam artem.

    The Adventures of Roderick Random

  • C鷐que in Aristotele arripiendo supra multo co鎡aneos meos profecissem, etiam Rhetoricam Tullij primam et secundam talo tenus induebam.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Quando cum hoc mandato nostro homines illorum ad vos venerint ex pr鎑icta Anglia, si nauis venerit ad portum vestrum, et si res et merces ex naue exemerint, et vendiderint, et tricessimam secundam partem reddiderint, et res qu� manserint Constantinopolim auferre velint, patiantur: Et si aliquis contra priuilegium et articulos eius aliquid ageret, non sinatis, nec vos facite: et impediri non sinatis eos, vt rect� Constantinopolim venientes in suis negotiationibus sine molestia esse possint.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Music:Praetorius\Reprinse secundam inferiorem Galliard

    Another suggestion.

  • * Hic est qui operatur ex aquis secundam nativitatem, semen quoddam divini generis, et consecrator caelestis nativitatis; pignus promissae haereditatis et quasi chirographum quoddam aeternae salutis; qui nos Dei faciat templum et nos efficiat domum, qui interpellat divinas aures pro nobis gemitibus ineloquacibus, advocationis officia, et defensionis exhibens munera, inhabitator corporibus nostris ductus, et sanctitatis effector; hic est qui inexplebiles cupiditates coercet: [5522] 1

    Pneumatologia

  • Quaeri solet, in scribendo praepositiones, sonum quem junctae efficiunt an quem separatae, observare conveniat: ut cum dico _obtinuit_, secundam enim B litteram ratio poscit, aures magis audiunt P.

    The Roman Pronunciation of Latin Why we use it and how to use it

  • Multi more isto atque exemplo vivont, quos cum censeas 540 esse amicos, reperiuntur falsi falsimoniis, lingua factiosi, inertes opera, sublesta fide. nullus est quoi non invideant rem secundam optingere; sibi ne invideatur, ipsi ignavia recte cavent.

    Amphitryo, Asinaria, Aulularia, Bacchides, Captivi Amphitryon, The Comedy of Asses, The Pot of Gold, The Two Bacchises, The Captives

  • The Rule does not say how the Psalter was distributed, but from the Bangor book it seems that the "Laudate" psalms (cxlvii-cl) were said together, doubtless, as in all other rites, Eastern or Western, except certain eighteenth-century French uses, at Lauds and that "Domine, Refugium" (Ps. lxxxix) was said "ad secundam".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 3: Brownson-Clairvaux

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