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  • De hominis dignitate, Heptaplus, De ente et uno e scritti vari, ed. Eugenio Garin (Florence: Vallechi, 1942)

    Giovanni Pico della Mirandola

  • For the purpose of commencing my new way of life, I selected for my residence the village of Kennaquhair, in the south of Scotland, celebrated for the ruins of its magnificent Monastery, intending there to lead my future life in the otium cum dignitate of half-pay and annuity.

    The Monastery

  • The painter was awaiting the fortunate moment when his property thus laid by would give him the imposing income of two thousand francs, to allow himself the otium cum dignitate of the artist and paint pictures; but oh! what pictures! true pictures! each a finished picture! chouette, Koxnoff, chocnosoff!

    Pierre Grassou

  • The painter was awaiting the fortunate moment when his property thus laid by would give him the imposing income of two thousand francs, to allow himself the otium cum dignitate of the artist and paint pictures; but oh! what pictures! true pictures! each a finished picture! chouette, Koxnoff, chocnosoff!

    Pierre Grassou

  • Qui in hoc examine primas habet, insigni per totam vitam dignitate insignitur, marchioni similis, aut duci apud nos.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Dick also it was sub dignitate sua for him to debate a non-elected official.

    Debate dodging - BatesLine

  • Dick also it was sub dignitate sua for him to debate a non-elected official.

    BatesLine: November 2005 Archives

  • If I mistake not much, he will, in the course of a year, enjoy perfect otium cum dignitate.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • Genius of the North ordered it so; and now that you have set that part of the globe right, you return to otium cum dignitate.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • Ita tamen vt vobis, qui dignitate pr鎚inetis, imperandi cedat authoritas, nobis non deerit voluntas obsequendi.

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

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