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“What makes a merchant that hath no need, satis superque domi, to range all over the world, through all those intemperate  Zones of heat and cold; voluntarily to venture his life, and be content with such miserable famine, nasty usage, in a stinking ship; if there were not a pleasure and hope to get money, which doth season the rest, and mitigate his indefatigable pains?”
“Socrates pulchrorum Adolescentum causa frequens Gymnasium adibat, flagitiosque spectaculo pascebat oculos, quod et Philebus et Phaedon, Rivales, Charmides et  reliqui Platonis Dialogi, satis superque testatum faciunt: quod vero Alcibiades de eodem Socrate loquatur, lubens conticesco, sed et abhorreo; tantum incitamentum praebet libidini.”
“Theologastri (solvant modo) satis superque docti, per omnes honorum gradus evehuntur et ascendunt.”
“QVAERIS, quot mihi basiationes tuae, Lesbia, sint satis superque.”
“Deinde ubi ad id loci ventum, quo Numidis praeceperat, et castra posita munitaque sunt, tauta repente coelo missa vis aquae dicitur, ut ea modo  exercitui satis superque foret.”
“Quaeris, quot mihi basiationes tuae, Lesbia, sint satis superque?”
“It gave him a competency -- _satis superque_ -- enough and more than he wanted for his needs.”
“Pactum prius vobiscum pepiqemt Deus, in quo voluntatem suam praeceptis, tum promissis tum minis, tum denique miraculis omne genus satis superque communitis, vobis ipsis patefecerat.”
“His friends were much annoyed that he did not give way, as soon as he found that there was no chance of carrying it, and that many Government supporters would vote against it; besides the mortification to the Prince, there was something mean and sordid in squabbling for all the money they could get, and the sum given him is _satis superque_ for all his wants.”
“Satis superque lacunam istam commosse videor. lam finio.”
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