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  • Defineerimatu vili, millel on nii palju erinevaid ja vastandlikke alatüüpe, et ei anna ühestki nurgast kirjeldada, suurused erinevad, toorelt võib olla söödamatu ja valminult imemagus, väga toitev.

    tatsutahime Diary Entry

  • “Faciamus experimentum in anima vili,” retorted Lucien with a smile.

    A Distinguished Provincial at Paris

  • [6680] Latet plerumque sub tristi amictu lascivia, et deformis horror vili veste tegitur; ofttimes under a mourning weed lies lust itself, and horrible vices under a poor coat.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Propter ruborem confusus, statim cepit delirare, &c. ob suspicionem, quod vili illum crimine accusarent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ubi omnes delirabant, omnes insani, &c. hodie nauta, cras philosophus; hodie faber, cras pharmacopola; hic modo regem agebat multo sattellitio, tiara, et sceptro ornatus, nunc vili amictus centiculo, asinum elitellarium impellit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • I would have recognized several markers of Georgian, e.g. -vili.

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  • Fiat experimentum in corpore vili is a just rule where there is any reasonable presumption of benefit to arise on a large scale.

    Confessions of an English Opium-Eater

  • Vt enim Domus et edificia nostra nihil depredicamus: ita eorundem nos nihil pudet, quòd contenti paupertate nostra Christo gratias immortales agamus, qui à nobis vili tecto non dedignatur recipi, quòdque templa et domus nostras quas Munsterus Krantzius et Frisius piscium et balenarum ossibus non verè dicunt extructas, non aspernetur magis, quàm illa extraneorum culmina marmorea, parietes vermiculatos pauimenta tesselata reliquùmque id genus ornamenti.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • It is necessary, however, to add that the experiments had hitherto been made in anima vili.

    From the Earth to the Moon

  • Vt enim Domus et edificia nostra nihil depredicamus: ita eorundem nos nihil pudet, qu騞 contenti paupertate nostra Christo gratias immortales agamus, qui � nobis vili tecto non dedignatur recipi, qu騞que templa et domus nostras quas Munsterus Krantzius et Frisius piscium et balenarum ossibus non ver� dicunt extructas, non aspernetur magis, qu鄊 illa extraneorum culmina marmorea, parietes vermiculatos pauimenta tesselata reliqu鵰que id genus ornamenti.

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

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