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  • “I know,” I say, in full agere contra mode, going against every grain in my being.

    Tattoos on the Heart

  • Etymology: Latin ambiguus, from ambigere to be undecided, from ambi– + agere to drive — More at — agent

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  • 'Fraternitas canonicum in Ecclesia statutum non habet et eius ministri nullum ministerium legitime agere possunt.'

    RORATE CÆLI

  • Sed doctrinae quaestiones, ut liquet, manent atque, usque dum non enodentur, Fraternitas canonicum in Ecclesia statutum non habet et eius ministri nullum ministerium legitime agere possunt.

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  • "Fraternitas canonicum in Ecclesia statutum non habet et eius ministri nullum ministerium legitime agere possunt."

    RORATE CÆLI

  • Sed doctrinae quaestiones, ut liquet, manent atque, usque dum non enodentur, Fraternitas canonicum in Ecclesia statutum non habet et eius ministri nullum ministerium legitime agere possunt.

    RORATE CÆLI

  • I do believe that values drives the ideology and not the ideology values, because we determine beforehand what we like or do not like and agere with and not agree with.

    A Canadian Perspective on the Conservative Bible Project

  • "Fraternitas canonicum in Ecclesia statutum non habet et eius ministri nullum ministerium legitime agere possunt."

    RORATE CÆLI

  • I tend to agere with her that the box of photos contains more warm memories and is more muti-user friendly when the family assembles.

    Stephen's Lighthouse: December 2008 Archives

  • I commend set days for petitions; for both it gives the suitors more certainty for their attendance, and it frees the meetings for matters of estate, that they may hoc agere.

    The Essays

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