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  • Romans through the Asiatic Etruscans, and whose name I cannot derive from “gignomai” or “genitus.”

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  • Non fuit vasti spatium per orbis sanctior quisquam genitus Iohanne, qui nefas saecli meruit lavantem tingere limphis.

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  • -Of men or animals, seed, race: genitus de semine Iovis, son of Jupiter, O.: ipsa regio semine orta, L.: mortali semine cretus, of mortal race, O.: virtus propria Romani seminis, i. e. an inborn characteristic of the Romans.

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  • Patres in Sancta Trinitate intelligerentur; aut si genitus diceretur sicut Filius, duo itidem Filii in eadem estimarentur esse Sancta

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  • Spiritus quidem Sanctus nec ingenitus est nec genitus alicubi dicitur, ne si ingenitus diceretur sicut Pater, duo

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  • Sancta Trinitate intelligerentur; aut si genitus diceretur sicut

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  • * Spiritus quidem Sanctus nec ingenitus est nec genitus alicubi dicitur, ne si ingenitus diceretur sicut Pater, duo Patres in

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  • * An pro tempore illa bona erant, flendo petere etiam quod noxie daretur; indignari acriter non subjectis hominibus, liberis et majoribus, hisque a quibus genitus est; multisque praeterea prudentioribus, non ad nutum voluntatis obtemperantibus, feriendo nocere niti, quantum potest, quia non obeditur imperiis quibus perniciose obediretur?

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  • Northhamptoniæ, _filius secundo genitus, hoc supremum Pietatis in

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  • Comes ex Alexandro Gubernatoris fratre genitus cum tota ferme nobilitate trans Taum ad Harlaum vicum ei se objecit.

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