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  • Reposted in honor of the Most Blessed Virgin vita, dulcedo et spes nostra, on the Fifth Sunday after Easter, 2009: Notre Dame, conçue sans péché, priez pour nous qui avons recours à vous. posted by New Catholic at 12:01 AM

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  • Cum loquitur Lais, quanta, O dii boni, vocis ejus dulcedo!

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • In a very sophisticated time, simplicity has a new dulcedo.

    The Works of Max Beerbohm

  • Quam multis amaritudinibus humanae felicitatis dulcedo respersa est!

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Lectio opponit ori solidum cibum, Meditatio frangit; Oratio japorem conciliat, Contemplatio est ipsa dulcedo que jucundat & resicit.

    The spiritual guide which disentangles the soul / by Michael de Molinos ; edited with an introduction by Kathleen Lyttelton and a note by H. Scott Holland.

  • Perhaps the old saying held in her case: < i > ex forti dulcedo ; perhaps her confident strength had abandonments more flattering and complete than those of weaker women; perhaps in those moments her forceful dark face took on a soulful beauty that entranced his exquisite susceptibility; perhaps -- but the suppositions are infinite.

    The Man Shakespeare

  • After having caused evil to arise from the very utility of its principle, competition again finds a way to extract good from evil; destruction en genders utility, equilibrium is realized by agitation, and it may be said of competition, as Samson said of the lion which he had slain: De comedente cibus exiit, et de forti dulcedo.

    System of Economical Contradictions: or, the Philosophy of Misery

  • To obviate his apprehension, that by settling in London I might desert the seat of my ancestors, I assured him, that I had old feudal principles to a degree of enthusiasm; and that I felt all the dulcedo of the natale solum [501].

    Life of Johnson

  • First, there was the canticle of exultation, the joyous welcome of a being yet little, stammering forth respectful caresses, petting with gentle words, and fondness of a child who seeks to coax his mother -- this is the "Salve Regina, Mater misericordiæ, vita, dulcedo et spes nostra, salve."

    En Route

  • Out of the strong came forth sweetness, ex forti dulcedo.

    The Renaissance Studies in Art and Poetry

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