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  • Un giullare errante porta il suo spettacolo di marionette su un pianeta deserto.

    No Fat Clips!!! : NICK HILLIGOSS – L`animateur

  • Te abrazo hasta atraparte entre mis sudores, te transformo en tritón de una errante nereida,

    veruscio Diary Entry

  • = Compare xvi 13-14 'Vlixem/errantem saeuo per _duo lustra_ mari' and _AA_ III 15-16 'est pia Penelope _lustris_ errante

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • For earlier appearances of the Wandering Jew in Italian literature, see A. D'A.cona, _La Leggenda dell 'Ebreo errante, Nuova A.tologia_, serie II.vol. XXIII. 1880, p. 425;

    Italian Popular Tales

  • V. Majestad tabula, de veras es preciso que yo tengo en mis venas algunas gotitas de legitimo errante.

    George Borrow and His Circle Wherein May Be Found Many Hitherto Unpublished Letters Of Borrow And His Friends

  • "Then who was the cavaliere errante, Ruggiero Persiano?"

    Castellinaria and Other Sicilian Diversions

  • Dans le spectacle de l'humanite errante, souffrante et travaillant toujours a mieux voir, a mieux penser, a mieux agir, a diminuer l'infirmite de l'etre human, a apaiser l'inquietude de son coeur, la science decouvre une direction et un progres.

    Lectures on Modern history

  • Dans le spectacle de l'humanité errante, souffrante et travaillant toujours à mieux voir, à mieux penser, à mieux agir, à diminuer l'infirmité de l'être humain, à apaiser l'inquiétude de son cœur, la science découvre une direction et un progrès. —

    A Lecture on the Study of History

  • Boccace, et lui-même est maintenant une figure du passé, errante dans ce lieu mélancolique.

    The Works of Lord Byron. Vol. 4

  • This pleased him greatly; he observed that the title had been translated, _Il Genio errante_, though I have been told it was rendered more ludicrously, _Il Vagabondo_; [1254] and finding that this minister gave such a proof of his taste, he was all attention to him, and on the first remark which he made, however simple, exclaimed, 'The Ambassadour says well -- His Excellency observes --.'

    Life of Johnson, Volume 3 1776-1780


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