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  • Extra haereti-* corum bapttfma, duta dicis alterum* & alterum, .li - cet diverfa oftendere conatus fis, non poffis negare, quia duo funt; ex quibus dum conaris auferrc alte - rum, laborafti ut de fecundo quafi primum facere vjdereris.

    Opera omnia sanctorum patrum Latinorum

  • Mark of Ephesus (Marcus Eugenicus) showed himself so haughty toward the Latins, he was the pastor of a miserable village, all that remained of the great city which Pliny once called alterum lumen

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 5: Diocese-Fathers of Mercy

  • Stant igitur partes attonitae, tanquam non ad conflictum progressuri, ob defectum evasi: noluit enim pars integrum habens numerum sociorum consentire, ut unus de suis demeretur; nec potuit pars altera quocumque pretio alterum ad supplendum vicem fugientis inducere.

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • Uxor cujusdam nobilis quum debitum maritale sacro passionis hebdomada non obtineret, alterum adiit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Et alterum vidi melancholicum, qui ex alto cadens non sine astantium admiratione, liberatus est.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Romani olim putabant fortunam regna et imperia dare: Credebant antea mortales fortunam solam opes et honores largiri, idque duabus de causis; primum quod indignus quisque dives honoratus, potens; alterum, vix quisquam perpetuo bonis iis frui visus.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • [5195] Spanish bawd said, gaudet illa habere unum in lecto, alterum in porta, tertium qui domi suspiret, she will have one sweetheart in bed, another in the gate, a third sighing at home, a fourth, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Suam stultitiam perspicit nemo, sed alter alterum deridet.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Qui ♄ et ♂ habet, alterum in culmine, alterum imo coelo, cum in lucem venerit, melancholicus erit, a qua sanebitur, si ☿ illos irradiarit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Dum infinita medicamenta miscent, laudem sibi comparare student, et in hoc studio alter alterum superare conatur, dum quisque quo plura miscuerit, eo se doctiorem putet, inde fit ut suam prodant inscitiam, dum ostentant peritiam, et se ridiculos exhibeant, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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