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  • Bides tu istos qui te laudant; omnes aut sunt hostes, aut (quod in aequo est) esse possunt -- You observe those who applaud you; either they are all your enemies, or, which is equivalent, they may become so.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

  • Ex aequo (so I can mention them both) Louise of Months of Edible Celebrations and T.W. of Culinary Types.

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  • Ex aequo (so I can mention them both) Louise of Months of Edible Celebrations and T.W. of Culinary Types.

    2008 February « Baking History

  • De puellae voluntate periculum facere solis oculis non est satis, sed efficacius aliquid agere oportet, ibique etiam machinam alteram ahibere: itaque manus tange, digitos constringe, atque inter stringendum suspira; si haec agentem aequo se animo feret, neque facta hujusmodi aspernabitur, tum vero dominam appella, ejusque collum suaviare.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Commend an ambitious man, some proud prince or potentate, si plus aequo laudetur (saith [1954] Erasmus) cristas erigit, exuit hominem, Deum se putat, he sets up his crest, and will be no longer a man but a God.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • ** Ex aequo: Gabriel X Hireki version "une nouvelle vie"

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  • ** Ex aequo: Coriante X Iberyss de "Black Virgin" mais ils iraient mieux dans "le couple le plus frustré".

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  • [62] "Pallida mors aequo pulsat pede pauperum tabernas Regumque turres."

    The Symbolism of Freemasonry

  • 'Nam neque nos agere hoc patriai tempore iniquo possumus aequo animo nec Memmi clara propago talibus in rebus communi desse saluti.'

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • Ibi milites fessos itineris magnitudine et jam abnuentes omnia [364] docet oppidum Vagam non amplius mille passuum [365] abesse, decere illos reliquum laborem aequo animo pati, dum pro civibus suis, viris fortissimis atque miserrimis, poenas caperent; praeterea praedam benigne ostentat.

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

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