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  • Et quia eisdem mercatoribus nostris subuenire volumus, quatenus suadente iustitia poterimus in hac parte, vestram amicitiam requirimus cum affectu, quatenus audita querela pr鎑ictorum Thom� & Simonis, vel ipsorum atturnatorum super restitutione bonorum & mercimoniorum pr鎑ictorum impendere velitis eisdem celeris iustiti� complementum: Ita quod pro defectu exhibitionis iustiti� super arestatione pr鎑icta non oporteat nos pro mercatoribus nostris pr鎑ictis de alio remedio prouidere.

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

  • It is essential, in experiments of this kind, that the quantities of yeast successively taken should be as nearly as possible equal in weight or volume, since, celeris paribus, fermentations manifest themselves more quickly the larger the quantity of yeast employed in impregnation.

    The Harvard Classics Volume 38 Scientific Papers (Physiology, Medicine, Surgery, Geology)

  • Ceu canis umbrosam lustrans Gortynia uallem, si celeris potuit ceruae comprendere lustra, saeuit in absentem et circum uestigia latrans5 aethera per nitidum tenues sectatur odores: non amnes illam medii, non ardua tardant, perdita nec serae meminit decedere nocti.

    Fragments of the De Morte

  • Et quia eisdem mercatoribus nostris subuenire volumus, quatenus suadente iustitia poterimus in hac parte, vestram amicitiam requirimus cum affectu, quatenus audita querela prædictorum Thomæ & Simonis, vel ipsorum atturnatorum super restitutione bonorum & mercimoniorum prædictorum impendere velitis eisdem celeris iustitiæ complementum: Ita quod pro defectu exhibitionis iustitiæ super arestatione prædicta non oporteat nos pro mercatoribus nostris prædictis de alio remedio prouidere.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation — Volume 01

  • Vicecomites & Maiores eis non facerent de die in diem celeris iustitiæ complementum: Et inde fiat Commissio extra Cartam præsentem concessa mercatoribus antedictis: [Sidenote: Lex mercatoria quæ?] scilicet de his quæ sunt inter mercatores & mercatores secundum legem mercatoriam deducenda.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation — Volume 01

  • Juftitia debet efie libera, quia nihil iniquius venali jufticia; plena, quia juftitia non debet claudicare; & celeris, quia dilatio eft quasdam negatio.

    The Second Part of the Institutes of the Laws of England: Containing the Exposition of Many ...

  • & debita sua recuperare celeriter, si Vicecomites & Maiores eis non facerent de die in diem celeris iustiti� complementum: Et inde fiat Commissio extra Cartam pr鎠entem concessa mercatoribus antedictis: [Lex mercatoria qu�] scilicet de his qu� sunt inter mercatores & mercatores secundum legem mercatoriam deducenda.

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

  • tunc petit hunc orbem, mors ubi regna tenet derigit in Syriam celeris longaeua uolatus, 65

    The Phoenix

  • igniferumque caput ter uenerata silet. atque eadem celeris etiam discriminat horas55

    The Phoenix

  • communem belli nec meminisse deum; nunc celeris Afros, periurae milia gentis,

    Mighty in Peace as Mighty in Arms

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  • Latin celeris = swift, quick, agile, rapid, speedy, fast; rash, hasty, hurried; lively; early.

    May 30, 2019