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  • Fundis aroma cortice, vincis sapore nectare, iucunda fructu fertili plaudis triumpho nobili.

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  • Memorabile quod Ulricus epistola refert Gregorium quum ex piscina quadam allata plus quam sex mille infantum capita vidisset, ingemuisse et decretum de coelibatu tantam caedis causam confesses condigno illud poenitentiae fructu purgasse.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Note 65: Salvo Burci, fols. 106vb — 107ra: Respondit catholicus, Audistis supra quod fructus matrimonium [sic], id est, pueri xpisto offerebantur et Yhesus illum fructum libenter recepit reprehendendo apostolos prohibentes dictos paruulos ipsi xpisto offerri dicens talium enim est regnum celorum, scilicet paruulorum et in isto fructu notate tria que fecit Christus. primum est quia eos fuit amplexatus. secundum est quia illis manus imposuit.

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

  • Ista, cum modicum declinet à circulo terræ sub Æquatore, patitur in anno duas æstates, et duas hyemes, si tamen hyems aliqua dici debeat, et non magis æstas, quia nullus hic dies anni caret fructu, flore, germine.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Et fuit, a fine dierum adduxit Cain de fructu terrae oblationem

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • Et dixit mulier ad serpentem, De fructu arborum horti vescimur.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • Et vidit mulier quod bona esset arbor ad vescendum, et quod delectabilis esset oculis, et desiderabilis arbor ad intelligendum: et tulit de fructu ipsius, et comedit: deditque etiam viro suo qui erat cum ea, et ipse comedit.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • At de fructu arboris quae est in medio horti, dixit Deus, Non comedetis ex ea, neque contingetis eam, ne forte moriamini.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • This device, which goes back at least to Saint Augustine, was popu - larized by the treatise De fructu spiritus et carnis ascribed to Hugh of Saint Victor and by illustrations to such widely-read works as the Speculum virginum usually attributed to Conrad of Hirzau, Lambert's Liber floridus, and Herrad of Landsberg's Hortus deliciarum.

    Dictionary of the History of Ideas

  • Persoon, in his description of areca catechu, makes the following observation: E fructu ab extima pellicula libero, simul cum foliis piperis betle, addito pauxillo calcis ex ostreis, fit masticatorium, quod Indiani continue volvunt in ore, ut malus anhelitus corrigatur, et dentes ac stomachus roborentur.

    Narrative of a Survey of the Intertropical and Western Coasts of Australia Performed between the years 1818 and 1822 — Volume 1

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