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  • Noltrae haec est aetatis coo - fuetudo, qua juvenes, qui fe oratores aliquando profiteri volunt, fi qui alias etiam eloquentiae ad - jutrices disciplinas adhibendas fibi judicant «. eas fere currendo guftant, ne earum peripores fiant quam par fit, '& a propofito fine retardentor.

    Bibliotheca critica

  • The book is placed on the lectern and incensed as usual; the deacon then incenses the Paschal candle as well, while walking around it. (“circumiens cereum paschale, etiam illum thurificat.”)

    Compendium of the 1955 Holy Week Revisions of Pius XII: Part 6.1 - Holy Saturday and the Blessing of the New Fire, Procession, Exultet, Prophecies

  • Non solum sed etiam, the term “pirate” is simply puerile when real pirates are operating out of the coast of somalia, for how can the designation be shared between two entirely unrelated activities?

    Australian ‘pirate’ jailed fo 9 months

  • Homo potest simul multa intendere, quia est intentio non solum finis ultimi, sed etiam finis medii: simul autem intendit aliquis et finem proximum, et ulti...

    Dolphins "see" unborn babies

  • For years, the law firm Heller Ehrman LLP used a goofy coat of arms inside its offices: a laurel wreath, the scales of justice and a Latin quotation, elvem ipsum etiam vivere.

    Recession Batters Law Firms, Triggering Layoffs, Closings

  • Accedunt etiam Conjecturae quaedam de Sensu, Motu, & Idearum Generatione. 2d.ed. Bath:

    David Hartley

  • Hoc etiam ibi accidit, quod omnes in procinctu belli constituti, unus eorum locum diffugii considerans, inter omnes in amnem elabitur, et aquam de Thaya natando transgreditur; a millenis insequitur, sed nusquam apprehenditur.

    The Fair Maid of Perth

  • Nay, Seneca adds niceness and satiety: Cogita quamdiu eadem feceris; mori velle, non tantum fortis aut miser, sed etiam fastidiosus potest.

    The Essays

  • Democrito saltem affinis, aut ejus Genium vel tantillum sapiat; actum de te, censorem aeque ac delatorem [817] aget econtra (petulanti splene cum sit) sufflabit te in jocos, comminuet in sales, addo etiam, et deo risui te sacrificabit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • For as the [496] Princes are, so are the people; Qualis Rex, talis grex: and which [497] Antigonus right well said of old, qui Macedonia regem erudit, omnes etiam subditos erudit, he that teacheth the king of Macedon, teacheth all his subjects, is a true saying still.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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