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“Sideriiis, htrba mdaka vulgo, & Tetraic. videtur fic appellata. quod vulncra fer ro fa & a glu tine t,”
“There are four sights to see at Milan if you are a musician, and three if you are not: the Duomo, 'vulgo', cathedral; "The Marriage of the Virgin," by Raphael; "The Last Supper," by Leonardo; and, if it suits your tastes,”
“Remember that Berlusconi was elected from "vulgo", from people, and at the last adminstrative local elections the center-rught perty won again. start fron here your next analysis, and remember that italian are not stupid, usually honest and really serious.”
“There are four sights to see at Milan if you are a musician, and three if you are not: the Duomo, 'vulgo', cathedral; "The Marriage of the”
“Nihil est incertius vulgo, nihil obscurius voluntate hominum, nihil fallacius ratione tota comitiorum.”
“Since then, complexity science vulgo: Chaos Theory has been expanded but those theorems that have been proven experimentally are not that specific enough to explain every aspect of a a system's behavior.”
“ Qui ubi se a vulgo et scena in secreta remorant,”
“In libellis quae vulgo versantur apud literatos, incautiores multa legunt, a quibus decipiuntur, eximia illis, sed portentosum hauriunt venenum.”
“Hortus principis et domus ad delectationem facia, cum sylva, monte et piscina, vulgo la montagna: the prince's garden at”
“Deos appellant qui ex hominum numero juste ac prudenter vitae curriculo gubernato, pro numine, postea ab hominibus praediti fanis et ceremoniis vulgo admittuntur, ut in”
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