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  • Se sei colui che sta mettendo online questa roba sai a cosa mi riferisco mi piacerebbe dartene credito o almeno ringraziarti.

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  • Dante's reply has been explained in various ways, and remains ambiguous and strange: 'Da me stesso non vegno: | colui ch'attende là, per qui mi mena | forse cui Guido vostro ebbe a disdegno' 61-3.

    Averroes In Our Time

  • Dante's reply has been explained in various ways, and remains ambiguous and strange: 'Da me stesso non vegno: | colui ch'attende là, per qui mi mena | forse cui Guido vostro ebbe a disdegno' 61-3.

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  • Not but that gran vergogna sarebbe a colui, che rimasse cosa sotto veste di figura, o di colore rettorico: e domandato non sapesse denudare le sue parole da cotal veste, in guisa che avessero verace intendimento.

    The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley

  • “Te colui (Virtus) ut rem; ast tu nomen inane es;” yet the divine foundation is upon the rock.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • Dante is perhaps the first to use the term in a vernacu - lar language exactly in its modern sense: tu se 'solo colui da cu' io tolsi lo bello stilo che m'ha fatto onore.

    STYLE IN LITERATURE

  • 'Temporis illius colui fovique poetas, quotque aderant vates, rebar adesse deos.

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • Ray, the latter of whom inserts it in his Synopsis, but without any habitat; though in his 'Historia Plantarum' he says: "Cantabrigiæ in horto per aliquot annos colui."

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  • _Fast_ III 505-6 '_illa ego sum_ cui tu solitus promittere caelum:/ei mihi, pro caelo qualia dona fero' and _EP_ I ii 129-32 '_ille ego sum_ qui te colui, quem festa solebat/inter conuiuas mensa uidere tuos:/

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • This thrill in the voice, _come colui che piange e dice, _ is never absent from his poetry.

    Latin Literature

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