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  • That caris also expected to go on sale late this year.

    Ford Will Sell Plug-In Version of Fusion Hybrid

  • You must havea car due to the distance involved in obtaining the necessities of life, and you must keep the payments up until, at last, the caris your own and all you must be concerned about will be repairs and insurance.

    WHADDAYA GONNA DO?

  • The expression is used as a simple relative with the implication of size only from context at _Tr_ III v 29 'quaeque tibi linguae est facundia, confer in illud' and _Tr_ III vi 7-8 'quique est in caris animi [_codd_: animo _fort legendum; uide ad 91_] tibi candor amicis --/cognitus est illi quem colis ipse uiro'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Optandum foret, nt ean Tir quidam erudtttts aecundis caris io -

    Doctrina numorum veterum

  • /quique est in caris animi [_codd_: animo _fort legendum_] tibi

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • * Quae beneficia Dominus vult ut emant, h.e. secundum conditiones foederis gratiae pro iis expendant pretium abnegationis sui ipsius et mundanarum cupiditatum; quod hic non habet rationem meriti, sed tamen pretii, quia in regeneratione homo allis quibusdam, rebus sibi hactenus caris renunciat, ut pretioso dono justitiae Christi potiatur.

    Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia.

  • Vitringa: "Quae beneficia Dominus vult ut emant, h.e. secundum conditiones foederis gratiae pro iis expendant pretium abnegationis sui ipsius et mundanarum cupiditatum; quod hic non habet rationem meriti, sed tamen pretii, quia in regeneratione homo allis quibusdam, rebus sibi hactenus caris renunciat, ut pretioso dono justitiae Christi potiatur."

    Epistles to the Seven Churches in Asia.

  • But whill the witnesses war multiplyed, and men war browght to attentioun, he turned him to the Bischope, and said, "My Lord, ye may see [101] and considder what caris these asses have, who cane nott discerne betuix Paull, Isai, Zacharie, and Malachie and Frear Alexander

    The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)

  • Then, "These men," he said -- "this de Giars and this Fitz-Herveis -- they gave their lives for yours, as I understand it, -- _pro caris amicis_.

    Chivalry

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