Did you mayhaps mean sternum?
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“This is not something I know enough about to confidently call stercus tauri on but every bit of my spidey sense is tingling that todays announcement, that financial advisers are to be banned from receiving commission for selling investment, pension and life assurance products from 2012, under new FSA rules (an EU inspired institution), is a very bad idea.”
“Let them take wealth, Stercora stercus amet so that I may have security: bene qui latuit, bene vixit; though I live obscure,”
“Terra ubi oves stabulantur optima agricolis ob stercus.”
“Christum curat, non multum curat quam de preciosis cibis stercus conficiat, what care I of what stuff my excrements be made?”
“When it works, it works; when it doesn't, stercus est.”
“Si aliquis illud venenum sumpsisset, si velit liberari, sumat stercus hominis et cum aqua temperet, et in bona quantitate bíbat, et statim fugat venenum faciens exire per inferiores partes.”
“ His adversaries, perhaps exaggerating his sayings, attribute to him declarations like the following: "Quod sacramentum illud visibile est infinitum abjectius in natura, quam sit panis equinus, vel panis ratonis; immo, quod verecundum est dicere vel audire, quod stercus ratonis.”
“Circum oleas autumnitate ablaqueato et stercus addito.”
“The ancients used asafetida as a seasoning, and what we have called ` ` stercus diaboli, '' the Asiatics have named the ` ` food of the gods. '”
“The ancients used asafetida as a seasoning, and what we have called "stercus diaboli," the Asiatics have named the "food of the gods.”
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