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  • Animus cujusque is est quisque -- The soul is the man; and it is well or ill with us according as it is well or ill with our souls.

    Commentary on the Whole Bible Volume V (Matthew to John)

  • Atque haec de amore dixisse sufficiat, sub correctione, [5980] quod ait ille, cujusque melius sentientis.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ad regendam rempub. soli literati admittuntur, nec ad eam rem gratia magistratuum aut regis indigent, omnia explorata cujusque scientia et virtute pendent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Nemo desidet otiosus, ita nemo asinino more ad seram noctem laborat; nam ea plusquam servilis aerumna, quae opificum vita eat, exceptis Utopiensibus qui diem in 24. horas dividunt, sex duntaxat operi deputant, reliquum a somno et cibo cujusque arbitrio permittitur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • In vestibule templi Solomon, liber remediorum cujusque morbi fuit, quem revulsit

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Tertiam denique mediam scientiam, qua ex altissima et inscrutabili comprehensione cujusque liberi arbitrii in sua essentia intuitus est, quid pro sua innata libertate, si in hoc, vel illo, vel etiam infinitis rerum ordinibus collocaretur, acturum esset, cum tamen posset, si vellet, facere re reipsa oppositum....

    Rough Notes on Scientia Media

  • Tertiam denique mediam scientiam, qua ex altissima et inscrutabili comprehensione cujusque liberi arbitrii in sua essentia intuitus est, quid pro sua innata libertate, si in hoc, vel illo, vel etiam infinitis rerum ordinibus collocaretur, acturum esset, cum tamen posset, si vellet, facere re reipsa oppositum....

    Archive 2005-08-01

  • LIGNUM album, laxum, mucilagine repletum, vasis porosis (bothrenchymate) maximis faciem internam cujusque zonae occupantibus, radiis medullaribus tenuibus equidistantibus.

    Journal of an Expedition into the Interior of Tropical Australia

  • Et creavit Deus cetos magnos, et omnem animum viventem, repentem, quam repere fecerunt aquae juxta species suas: et omne volatile alatum secundum speciem cujusque.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • How forcibly does this distinguished jurist illustrate the remark of Cicero in his Treatise on Old Age: "Sed videtis, ut senectus non modo languida atque iners non sit, verum etiam sit operosa, et semper agens aliquid et moliens; tale scilicet, quod cujusque studium in superiore vita fuit."

    An Essay on Professional Ethics Second Edition

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