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  • Pars etiam ore concreto et naribus carens, vno tant鵰 foramine spirat, pot鵰que calamis auen� trahit, et grana eiusdem auen�, sponte prouenientis ad vescendum; Quibusdam pro sermone nutus mot鵶que membrorum est, &c. Ex libro eiusdem Plinij septimo.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Al the scheiphirdis, ther vyuis and saruandis, var glaid of this propositione. than the eldest scheiphird began, and al the laif follouit, ane be ane in their auen place. it vil be ouer prolixt, and no les tideus to reherse them agane vord be vord. bot i sal reherse sum of ther namys that i herd.

    Epic and Romance Essays on Medieval Literature

  • He toke the morrow at 3 in the afternoone to his furder conference with them, and maney of his cheiffest officers did openly acknowledge, they were conuinced in reson, and neuer till now, did see the weekness of ther auen grounds.

    The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning

  • It concerneth the King to mourne for all the grivous provocations of his father’s housse, and for all his auen guiltiness, and to consider if he hes come to the covenant, and joined himselve to the Lord, upone politicke interests, for gaining a croune to himselve rather then to advance religione and righteousness, that it is iniquitie quhilk God will not forgett excepte it be speedilie repented offe.

    The Works of the Rev. Hugh Binning

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