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“Testis est mihi conscientia, quod viderim matronam quandam hinc liberatam, quae frequentius ex iracundia demens, et impos animi dicenda tacenda loquebatur, adeo furens ut ligari cogeretur.”
“Most people who attempted such a task would sink into being miserable blabbers of tacenda, mere sieves through which matters of secret importance would granulate into the hands of ardent journalists.”
“Indeed, I cannot see how any interest can be taken in the book, except that derived from its background of _tacenda_; and though no one, I think, who has read the present volume will accuse me of squeamishness, _I_ can find in it no interest at all.”
“Horace expresses it, said — dicunda tacenda — whatever came into his head. 8 (I am much of opinion that my quotation comes under the head of tacenda.).”
“With due rigour, Willelmus Sacrista, and his bibations and _tacenda_ are, at the earliest opportunity, softly yet irrevocably put an end to.”
“How one hooded head applies itself to the ear of another, and whispers -- _tacenda_.”
“How one hooded head applies itself to the ear of another, and whispers -- _tacenda.”
“Willelmus Sacrista sits drinking nightly, and doing mere _tacenda.”
“With due rigour, Willelmus Sacrista, and his bibations and _tacenda_ are, at the earliest opportunity, softly, yet irrevocably put an end to.”
“Frequent bibations, _'frequentes bibationes et quaedam tacenda, '_”
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