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  • Omnes voces, auras, omnes susurros captat zelotypus, et amplificat apud se cum iniquissima de singulis calumnia.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • If every man had a window in his breast, which Momus would have had in Vulcan's man, or that which Tully so much wished it were written in every man's forehead, Quid quisque de republica sentiret, what he thought; or that it could be effected in an instant, which Mercury did by Charon in Lucian, by touching of his eyes, to make him discern semel et simul rumores et susurros.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Dei_, II, 6: "Nec nobis nescio quos susurros paucissimorum auribus anhelatos et arcana velut religione traditos iactent (pagani), quibus vitae probitas sanctitasque discatur."

    The Oriental Religions in Roman Paganism

  • And putting down his fish-hooks, he stroked the sides of an enormous cat, who now, with tail on end, and back bowed up, and uttering her lenes susurros -- anglicae, purr; -- rubbed herself to and fro, athwart the Corporal's legs.

    Eugene Aram — Volume 01

  • Haud cuivis promptum est, murmurque humilesque susurros

    The Spectator, Volume 2.

  • Prominent Mexican women, private thoughts, in 2nd volume of essays - Denise Dresser has released a second volume of "Gritos y susurros" ( "Cries and Whispers")

    HispanicTips

  • "Haud cuivis promptum est, murmurque humilesque susurros

    A Week on the Concord and Merrimack Rivers

  • "Haud cuivis promptum est, murmurque, humilesque susurros

    The Essays of Montaigne — Complete

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