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  • As nuptial love makes, this perfects mankind, and is to be preferred (if you will stand to the judgment of [4597] Cornelius Nepos) before affinity or consanguinity; plus in amiciticia valet similitudo morum, quam affinitas, &c., the cords of love bind faster than any other wreath whatsoever.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • There is in all melancholy similitudo dissimilis, like men's faces, a disagreeing likeness still; and as in a river we swim in the same place, though not in the same numerical water; as the same instrument affords several lessons, so the same disease yields diversity of symptoms.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Omnis diuersitas discors, similitudo uero appetenda est; et quod appetit aliud, tale ipsum esse naturaliter ostenditur quale est illud hoc ipsum quod appetit.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Et tune natur√¶ similitudo notatur, cum substanti√¶ dissimilitudo conspicitur.

    History of Dogma, Volume 2 (of 7)

  • Tritum est in scholis, he says, esse hominem minorem mundum, in quo mixtum ex elementis corpus et spiritus coelestis et plantarum anima vegetalis et brutorum sensus et ratio et angelica mens et Dei similitudo conspicitur.

    The Renaissance Studies in Art and Poetry

  • Dei similitudo conspicitur: -- "It is a commonplace of the schools that man is a little world, in which we may discern a body mingled of earthy elements, and ethereal breath, and the vegetable life of plants, and the senses of the lower animals, and reason, and the intelligence of angels, and a likeness to God."

    The Renaissance: studies in art and poetry

  • Hunc in omnibus stupris, hunc in fanorum expilationibus, hunc in impuris conviviis principera adhibebat; tantamque habebat morum similitudo conjuncnorum atque concordiam, ut Apronius, qui aliis inhumanus ac barbarus, isti uni commodus ac disertus videretur; ut quem omnes odissent neque videre vellent sine eo iste esse non posset; ut quum alii ne conviviis quidem iisdem quibus Apronius, hic iisdem etiam poculis uteretur, postremo, ut, odor

    Life of Cicero Volume One

  • Seneca, likewise, hath many passages to this purpose: Inter viros bonos ac Deum amicitia est, imo etiam necessitudo et similitudo; "Between God and men there is a friendship, yea, and an intimacy and likeness:" and that a virtuous man is discipulus amulatorque et progenies Dei, "a disciple and imitator, and the very genuine offspring of God."

    The Works of Dr. John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. Vol. 06.

  • * Inter viros bonos ac Deum amicitia est, imo etiam necessitudo et similitudo: [871] 1

    The Works of Dr. John Tillotson, Late Archbishop of Canterbury. Vol. 06.

  • _Pares paribus congregantur, similitudo necessitudims vinculum_.

    The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning

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