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  • [2693] The Latin reads "filii," which we have followed.

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • The Vulgate rightly supplies the word "filii;" and there can be no doubt whatever that what St. Stephen says, is, that Abraham bought the burial-place

    Inspiration and Interpretation: Seven Sermons Preached Before the University of Oxford: With Preliminary Remarks: Being an Answer to a Volume Entitled "Essays and Reviews."

  • Olavi Rudbeckii filii Ichthyologiae biblicae pars prima, de ave selav ... non avem aliquam plumatam, nec locustam fuisse, sed potius quoddam piscis genus, manifestis demonstratur (Uppsala: Werner, 1705).

    The Flowering Genius of Maria Sibylla Merian

  • His solemn “Intrate, mei filii,” was exchanged for a tremulous “You cannot enter now — the brethren are in their chambers.”

    The Abbot

  • Hanc autem exhortacionem supplicacionem et preceptum tu, fili ceterique successores nostri prestanti animo complere curetis, si nostram benedictionem habere velitis, una cum benedictione filii summi Regis, qui filios docuit patrum voluntates in bono perficere, asserens in mundum se venisse non ut suam voluntatem faceret sed paternam.

    The Abbot

  • Ego autem dico vobis: Diligite inimicos vestros et orate pro persequentibus vos, ut sitis filii Patris vestri, qui in caelis est, quia solem suum oriri facit super malos et bonos et pluit super iustos et iniustos.

    Archive 2008-01-20

  • Habicht, x.p. vi., refers to the following: — Historia decem Vezirorum et filii regis Azad – Bacht insertis XIII. aliis narrationibus, in usum tironum Cahirensem, edid.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Adnexurn est specimen sermonis Arabici vulgaris s. initium historiae filii regis Azad – Bacht e Codice inedito.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Another hymn sung during this period is "O filii et filiae" "Ye sons and daughters of the Lord"; its topic is St. Thomas Didymus' experience of the risen Christ, and the hymn is often sung in the parish church on the second Sunday of Easter, when that Gospel story is read.

    Archive 2008-04-01

  • [2324] Aegeas, signo lugubri filii consternatus, in mare se proecipitatem dedit, impatient of sorrow for his son's death, drowned, himself.

    Anatomy of Melancholy


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