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  • American Airlines parent AMR declined 19 cents, or 3.1%, to 6.04 after unionized mechanics at the airline rejected a tentat ive pay deal Tuesday, heightening labor uncertainty at the second-largest U.S. airline.

    Apple

  • “God is no tempter of the wicked; He tempts no man.” — “Deus enim intentator malorum est; ipse autem neminem tentat.”

    A Philosophical Dictionary

  • : “Turpis oves tentat scabies, ubi frigidus imber.”

    Oeconomicus

  • The first is seene to soare aloft with fullspread wings, and with so high and strong a pitch, ever following his point; the other faintly to hover and flutter from tale to tale, and as it were skipping from bough to bough, always distrusting his owne wings, except it be for some short fight, and for feare his strength and breath should faile him, to sit downe at every fields-end; Excursusque breves tentat.

    Of Bookes.

  • : "Turpis oves tentat scabies, ubi frigidus imber."

    The Economist

  • Yet assuredly this is not so; and Tyndale and Cranmer, who translate, "to tempt you," are to be preferred; so Marckius: "Ut tentemini; non simplici probatione constantiae, quo pacto Deus tentat suos, sed incitatione ad malum et infidelitatem, quo pacto Deus neminem tentat."

    Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia.

  • * Ut tentemini; non simplici probatione constantiae, quo pacto Deus tentat suos, sed incitatione ad malum et infidelitatem, quo pacto

    Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia.

  • Jnde Burm. maiiet: j4 votim Disque reposctt opmnu Quam» ■ qeam et tentat: ste muoque p*

    P. Ovidii Nasonis Fastorum libri VI.

  • At memor ille Matris Acidaliaey paollatim abolere SjchaBom Incipity et vivo tentat praevertere amore Jam pridem refides animos, ddiietaqne oords.

    P. Virgilii Maronis opera: emendabat et notulis illustr. G. Wakefield

  • Turpis ovis tentat fcabies, ubi frigidus imber Altius ad vivum perfedit, et horrida cano Bruma gelu; vel, quum tcmfis inlotus adhaefit Sudor, et hirfuti fecuerunt corpora vepres.

    P. Virgilii Maronis Opera

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