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  • 'Victoria concordia crescit' wording inside the collar.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • 'Victoria concordia crescit' wording inside the collar.

    Arsenal 2008-10 home kits

  • 'Victoria concordia crescit' wording inside the collar.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • This universal aspiration for a share in government has no constant limitations, and seeks no definite issue, but incessantly extends, so that we might apply to it the words of the ancient poet about dropsy: crescit indulgens sibi.

    Reflections of a Russian Statesman « Isegoria

  • 'Victoria concordia crescit' wording inside the collar.

    Arsenal shirts 2008-09 campaign by Nike

  • Quaecunque regio producit simplicia, pro morbis regionis; crescit raro absynthium in Italia, quod ibi plerumque morbi calidi, sed cicuta, papaver, et herbae frigidae; apud nos Germanos et Polonos ubique provenit absynthium.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Amongst our towns, there is only [565] London that bears the face of a city, [566] Epitome Britanniae, a famous emporium, second to none beyond seas, a noble mart: but sola crescit, decrescentibus aliis; and yet, in my slender judgment, defective in many things.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Weigh all these words, Ariste, and principally these: In quo omnis aedificatio constructa crescit in templum sanctum Domino.

    Ariste and Théodore on Being as Nothing Before God

  • Ergo listen now to the conclusion of the apostle Jam non estis hospites et advenae, sed estis cives sanctorum et domestici Dei, superaedificati super fundamentum apostolorum et prophetarum, ipso summo angulari lapide Christo Jesu, in quo omnis aedificatio constructa crescit in templum sanctum Domino: in quo et vos coaedificamini in habitaculum Dei in spiritu verse 18.

    Archive 2005-03-01

  • Weigh all these words, Ariste, and principally these: In quo omnis aedificatio constructa crescit in templum sanctum Domino.

    Archive 2005-03-01

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