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  • [261] _Ceteris arte modum statuisse_ still depends upon _comperior_, 'I learn (that is, we are informed) that for the rest (of the wants) he fixed the measure in a close (niggardly) manner;' for _arte_ is the adverb of _artus_, which is frequently, though not correctly, written

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • This type of imagery is the property of gay artists, or the erotic artists from what I refer to as the arte bleu period extending back to the 17th century up until our day.

    Fudge packers.

  • I chose flamenco thinking it was the embodiment of wild, anarchic abandonment built on unstructured improvisational outpourings and learned that el arte is as strictly regimented as haiku.

    A Conversation with Sarah Bird, author of the novel The Flamenco Academy

  • The 52-year-old artisan and married mother of three sons only began working in arte plumaria in 1999, but she has already earn ... read more artists crafts

    Antonia Cruz Rafael: the ceramics of Ocumicho, Michoacan

  • The 52-year-old artisan and married mother of three sons only began working in arte plumaria in 1999, but she has already earned an impressive reputation for herself.

    Arte plumaria: the feather art of Martha López Luna

  • Cellinis use of the word arte for the art or trade of goldsmiths corresponds to the art as used by English writers early in this century.

    The Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini

  • Cellini’s use of the word arte for the art or trade of goldsmiths corresponds to “the art” as used by English writers early in this century.

    XIV

  • Calibbia, Monesterio and Africa, I had as well for my further instruction in those affaires, as also the better to acquainte me with the Italian tongue, reduced into Englishe, the booke called The arte of

    Machiavelli, Volume I

  • "Arte di Calimara", "arte" being, in this use of it, equivalent to corporation.

    Romola

  • Cellini’s use of the word 'arte' for the 'art' or 'trade' of goldsmiths corresponds to “the art” as used by English writers early in this century.

    Autobiography of Benvenuto Cellini

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