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  • Echó a + verbo = started Echó a volar = He started to fly.

    Oportunidad perdida. Chiste por el mes de julio

  • Si fue mi chiste, yo diria, "salió volando" o "se fue volando" porqué (lleva accento?) no conozco el verbo (correcto; es un verbo?) echar.

    Oportunidad perdida. Chiste por el mes de julio

  • Another major source of Agrippa's ideas on magic was the Christianized Cabalism of the pioneering German Hebraist Johann Reuchlin, whose De verbo mirifico (1494) was nearly the only source of knowledge about Jewish Cabalism available to Agrippa in 1510.

    Loss of Faith

  • His lectures were on Johann Reuchlin's Cabalistic book De verbo mirifico (1494), which used Cabalistic exegetical techniques to prove from the Hebrew Bible that Jesus Christ was the true Messiah and that the name “Jesus” was a source of miraculous power.

    Loss of Faith

  • Aside from Ficino's Hermetic and Neoplatonist books, De verbo mirifico was the most important influence on the youthful draft of

    Loss of Faith

  • (¿Habrá aceptado este verbo ya la Real Academia?).

    veruscio Diary Entry

  • Imo ne vel ex aliorum censura tacite obloquaris (vis dicam verbo) nequid nasutulus inepte improbes, aut falso fingas.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • (Expertus loquor), and may truly say with [121] Jovius in like case, (absit verbo jactantia) heroum quorundam, pontificum, et virorum nobilium familiaritatem et amicitiam, gratasque gratias, et multorum [122] bene laudatorum laudes sum inde promeritus, as I have been honoured by some worthy men, so have I been vilified by others, and shall be.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Me nihil unquam mali nobilissimo sexui, vel verbo, vel facto machinaturum, &c., let

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Id solum in votis habent annui plerumque magistratus, ut ab incipientium numero [2089] pecunias emungant, nec multum interest qui sint, literatores an literati, modo pingues, nitidi, ad aspectum speciosi, et quod verbo dicam, pecuniosi sint.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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