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  • Source « Bush Gets Job Offer ... agendo 6:31 am on September 6, 2009 | # | Reply

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  • Homines nihil agendo male agere discunt; 'tis Aristotle's simile,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Pro viribus annitendum in praedictis, tum in aliis, a quibus malum velut a primaria causa occasionem nactum est, imaginationes absurdae falsaeque et moestitia quaecunque subierit propulsetur, aut aliud agendo, aut ratione persuadendo earum mutationem subito facere.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • And with such an august assistance of powers and principalities looking on at the last conflict of good and evil, it was scarce possible to spare a thought to those old, infirm, debile, ab agendo devils whose holy place they were now violating.

    Lay Morals

  • All these Masterman had eminently displayed, and here he was, ab agendo, at seventy – three; while Joseph, barely two years younger, and in the most excellent preservation, had disgraced himself through life by idleness and eccentricity.

    The Wrong Box

  • [128] "Prorsus si Dei adjutorium defuerit, nihil boni agere poteris; agis quidem illo non adjuvente libera voluntate, sed male; ad hoc idonea est voluntas tua quae vocatur libera, et male agendo fit damnabilis ancilla."

    Pneumatologia

  • * Prorsus si Dei adjutorium defuerit, nihil boni agere poteris; agis quidem illo non adjuvente libera voluntate, sed male; ad hoc idonea est voluntas tua quae vocatur libera, et male agendo fit damnabilis ancilla.

    Pneumatologia

  • Non votis neque suppliciis muliebribus auxilia deorum parantur; vigilando, agendo, bene consulendo prospera omnia cedunt; ubi socordiae te atque ignaviae tradideris, nequidquam deos implores; [297] irati infestique sunt.

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • "Principium operationis cujusque rei," the Essence of a thing in relation to its activity, or the Essence as manifested _agendo_.

    The Contemporary Review, January 1883 Vol 43, No. 1

  • _Cneius autem Lentulus multo majorem opinionem dicendi actione faciebat, quam quanta in eo facultas erat; qui cum esset nec peracutus (quamquam et ex facie et ex vultu videbatur) nec abundans verbis, etsi fallebat in eo ipso; sed voce suavi et canorâ calebat in agendo, ut ea, quæ deerant, non desiderarentur.

    A Dialogue Concerning Oratory, Or The Causes Of Corrupt Eloquence The Works Of Cornelius Tacitus, Volume 8 (of 8); With An Essay On His Life And Genius, Notes, Supplements

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