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  • I had now heard that outburst from so many women so many times in my life, I thought it should be in Latin on the official shield of Planet Arrested Development—umquam grow idiotum.

    Riding Rockets

  • Nutin changes: Nemo umquam neque poeta neque orator fuit, qui quemquam meliorem quam se arbitrater.

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  • Iunonem meam iratam habeam, si umquam me meminerim virginem fuisse.

    The Satyricon of Petronius Arbiter

  • Stabulum autem inluvié ac squálóre erat obsitum, neque enim ad hóc tempus umquam púrgátum erat.

    Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles A First Latin Reader

  • See the note on _tantae audáciae_, 13, 23. 8. neque enim umquam, 'for ... never.'

    Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles A First Latin Reader

  • Quod cum sénsissent Harpýiae, reí novitáte perterritae statim aufúgérunt, neque posteá umquam rediérunt.

    Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles A First Latin Reader

  • Hóc opus omnium difficillimum erat, némó enim umquam ex Orcó redierat.

    Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles A First Latin Reader

  • The Ablative is often used to denote an _attendant circumstance_ of an action or an event; as, -- bonīs auspiciīs, _under good auspices_; nūlla est altercātiō clāmōribus umquam habita majōribus, _no debate was ever held under circumstances of greater applause_; exstinguitur ingentī lūctū prōvinciae, _he dies under circumstances of great grief on the part of the province_; longō intervāllō sequitur, _he follows at a great distance_.

    New Latin Grammar

  • Siciliam ita vāstāvit ut restituī in antīquum statum nōn possit, _he so ravaged Sicily that it cannot be restored to its former condition_; mōns altissimus impendēbat, ut facile perpaucī prohibēre possent, _a very high mountain overhung, so that a very few could easily stop them_; nōn is es ut tē pudor umquam ā turpitūdine āvocārit, _you are not so constituted that shame ever called you back from baseness_.

    New Latin Grammar

  • A similar idiom appears at _Tr_ II 231-32 'denique _ut in tanto_ quantum non extitit umquam/_corpore_ pars nulla est quae labet imperii'

    The Last Poems of Ovid

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