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  • Is totus went campana sursum ut EGO changed schola procul tredecim quod instituo novus sors had got off ut a racing satus quod erant a annus imperative obduco tendo nunquam per quoniam extrico ex meus subjunctive obduco trunco quod meus conjugating nunquam per revoco.

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  • All these 6500 languages are mother tongues ,erant from the mothers and these are eliminated.

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  • In the past it was broken into three hymns, Aurora lucis rutilat, Tristes erant Apostoli, and Claro Paschali gaudio, which were altered by Pope Urban VIII to Aurora caelum purpurat (Lauds), Tristes erant Apostoli (Vespers and Matins for Apostles and Evangelists in Eastertide), and Paschale mundo gaudium (Lauds for Apostles and Evangelists in Eastertide).

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  • Mediolanensem, animadverti pauperem quendam mendicum, jam credo saturum, jocantem atque ridentem, et ingemui et locutus sum cum amicis qui mecum erant, &c.

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  • Et cibus quidem glandes erant, potus aqua, lectus sub divo, &c. 6477.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Interdiu oculi, et aures occupatae distrahunt animum, at noctu solus jactor, ad auroram somnus paulum misertus, nec tamen ex animo puella abiit, sed omnia mihi de Leucippe somnia erant.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Peregrin, Hieros.ca. 5. totum scriptum confusum sine ordine vel colore, absque sensu et ratione ad rusticissimos, idem dedit, rudissimos, et prorsus agrestes, qui nullius erant discretionis, ut dijudicare possent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Cujus fanum aegrotantium multitudine refertum, undiquaque et tabellis pendentibus, in quibus sanati languores erant inscripti.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Note 5: Jacobi de Voragine Chronicon, ed.L. A. Muratori, RIS 9, col. 45: "multi autem inter eos erant filij nobilium, quos ipsi etiam cum nutricibus destinaverunt." back

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  • In qua vero civitate vel terra veniebant, habitatores illarum quasi pusillos et orfanos, sicuti erant, pro Deo suscipiebant et eis alimenta ministrabant et ita eos dimittebant. back

    A Tender Age: Cultural Anxieties over the Child in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

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