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  • In labore requies, In labor, rest, in aestu temperies in heat, temperance, in fletu solatium. in tears, solace.

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  • In labore requies, In labor, rest, in aestu temperies in heat, temperance, in fletu solatium. in tears, solace.

    Pentecost Novena

  • See more in Jossius de risu et fletu, Vives 3 de Anima.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Carthaginenses, cum tertio bello Punico adolescentes quique lectissimi obsides in Siciliam mitterentur, quos ill� fletu et lamentatione miserabili ad naues comitat�, et ex his qu鎑am � filioram compleximus 鎔r� diuuls�, cum ventis pandi vela cernerent, nauesque � portu egredi, dolore stimulante, in subiectos fluctus dissiluere: Sabellico authore.

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Carthaginenses, cum tertio bello Punico adolescentes quique lectissimi obsides in Siciliam mitterentur, quos illæ fletu et lamentatione miserabili ad naues comitatæ, et ex his quædam à filioram compleximus ægrè diuulsæ, cum ventis pandi vela cernerent, nauesque è portu egredi, dolore stimulante, in subiectos fluctus dissiluere: Sabellico authore.

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • Et emisit vocem suam cum fletu: et audierunt Aegyptii, audivit et domus Pharaonis.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 2

  • Caligaverunt oculi mei a fletu meo; quia elongatus est a me, qui consolabatur me.

    The St. Gregory Hymnal and Catholic Choir Book

  • Caligaverunt oculi mei a fletu meo; quia elongatus est a me, qui consolabatur me.

    The St. Gregory Hymnal and Catholic Choir Book

  • But there are a few striking exceptions to the rule, notably the beautiful passage of the _Troades_, where Andromache bids her companions in misfortune cease from useless lamentation [190] (409): quid, maesta Phrygiae turba, laceratis comas miserumque tunsae pectus effuso genas fletu rigatis? levia perpessae sumus, si flenda patimur.

    Post-Augustan Poetry From Seneca to Juvenal

  • ASPICITE, o ciues, senis Enni imaginis forman. hic uestrum panxit maxima facta patrum. nemo me lacrimis decoret nec funera fletu

    His own Epitaph

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