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  • Quod metuunt nimis, nunquam amoveri posse, nec tolli putant.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Corpus Placuit mariti sui tolli ex arca, atque illi quae vacabat cruci adfigi.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Cum enim Romam versus properaret, & ingenti ac periculosa oborta tempestate, Naucleros trepidare, nec se ventorum aut maris sævitiæ committere velle animaduerteret, ipse nauim primus ingressus, anchoras tolli iussit, in hæc verba exclamans: Vt nauigemus vrget necessitas: vt viuamus, non vrget.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • Cum enim Romam versus properaret, & ingenti ac periculosa oborta tempestate, Naucleros trepidare, nec se ventorum aut maris s鎣iti� committere velle animaduerteret, ipse nauim primus ingressus, anchoras tolli iussit, in h鎐 verba exclamans: Vt nauigemus vrget necessitas: vt viuamus, non vrget.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Situs enim talis debet esse in castris, quod machinis et sagittis expugnari non possit: et aquam habeant sufficientem et lignum, et si fieri potest, quod introitus et exitus eis tolli non possit: et quod habeant homines sufficientes qui possint vicissim pugnare.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Cum rex gloriae Christus infernum debellaturus intraret, et chorus angelicus ante faciem ejus protas principum tolli praeciperet, sanctorum populus, qui tenebatur in morte captivus, voce lacrimabili clamabat dicens: Advenisti desiderabilis, quem expectabamus in tenebris, ut educered hac nocte vinculatos de claustris.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

  • Licet enim velo obtectus fuerit Mosis vultus, Apostolus tamen perhibet, velum per Christum tolli atque aboleri.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • [63] Pro Publio Quintio, ca. xxi: “Nolo eam rem commemorando renovare, cujus omnino rei memoriam omnem tolli funditus ac deleri arbitor oportere.”

    The Life of Cicero

  • [63] Pro Publio Quintio, ca. xxi: "Nolo eam rem commemorando renovare, cujus omnino rei memoriam omnem tolli funditus ac deleri arbitor oportere."

    Life of Cicero Volume One

  • According to the common rule law, therefore, 'quo jure quid statuitur, eodem jure tolli debet.'

    PG Edition of Netherlands series — Complete

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