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Omnipotens sempiterne Deus, qui respicis terram, et facis eam tremere: parce metuentibus, propitiare supplicibus: ut, cuius iram terræ fundamenta concutientem expavimus, clementiam contritiones eius sanantem iugiter sentiamus.
Omnipotens sempiterne Deus, qui respicis terram, et facis eam tremere: parce metuentibus, propitiare supplicibus: ut, cujus iram terrae fundamenta concutientem expavimus, clementiam contritiones ejus sanantem jugiter sentiamus.
 Clitiphon ingenuously confesseth, that he no sooner came in Leucippe's presence, but that he did corde tremere, et oculis lascivius intueri;  he was wounded at the first sight, his heart panted, and he could not possibly turn his eyes from her.
(L. tremendus = fearful, _from_ tremere, to tremble.)
Now in the sixtieth year of his pontificate, the Huns invaded Gaul, led by their King Attila, who boasted that wherever he went the stars fell and the earth trembled beneath him, that he was the hammer of the world, _stellas pre se cadere, terram tremere, se malleum esse universi orbis_.
Its nice and sunny here in south Tx. but I avoid teh sun, vampire life for me the person below me wants to play with me, A pooka tremere: P!
I leave this clause untranslated, as I cannot understand it.] [Footnote 860: 'In pontibus contrabium non tremere.'] 'This is the pleasure which you can now prepare for your Sovereign.
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