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  • Deus, qui beatam Ioannam Virginem ad fidem ac patriam tuendam mirabiliter suscitasti: da, quæsumus, eius intercessione; ut Ecclesia tua, hostium superatis insidiis, perpetua pace fruatur.

    May 30 -- St Joan of Arc

  • Deus, qui beatam Ioannam Virginem ad fidem ac patriam tuendam mirabiliter suscitasti: da, quæsumus, eius intercessione; ut Ecclesia tua, hostium superatis insidiis, perpetua pace fruatur.

    May 30 -- St Joan of Arc

  • Some say that precious stone called [6296] beryllus, others a diamond, hath excellent virtue, contra hostium injurias, et conjugatos invicem conciliare, to reconcile men and wives, to maintain unity and love; you may try this when you will, and as you see cause.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Praecipites in fluvium se dederunt, ne in hostium manus venirent.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Novi ego qui ex subito hostium incursu et inopi nato timore quartanam depulerat.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Haec cum dixisset, procedit extra munitiones quaque pars hostium confertissma est visa irrumpit.

    On Vorenus and Pullo

  • Haec cum dixisset, procedit extra munitiones quaque pars hostium confertissma est visa irrumpit.

    Archive 2005-11-01

  • Ver鵰 de hinc septem diebus euolutis rex ab Assur exiens, nauem qu� dicitur Buza ascendit, et cum eo Godericus pirata de regno Angli�, ac vexillo hast� pr鎓ixo et elato in a雛e ad radios solis vsque, Iaphet cum paucis nauigauit, vt hoc eius signo ciues Christiani recognito, fiduciam vit� regis haberent, et non facile hostium m韓is pauefacti, turpiter diffugium facerent, aut vrbem reddere cogerentur.

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

  • Hierosolymam pertendit Illud fuit tempus quo Turci Baldwinum regem apud Ramas obsederunt: qui cum obsidionis iniuriam ferre nequiret, per medias hostium acies effugit, solius Roberti opera liberatus pr鎒untis, et euaginato gladio dextra leuaque Turcos c鎑entis.

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

  • Idem quoque 芼garus 4000. naues congregauit, ex quibus omni anno, post festum Paschale, 1000. naues ad quamlibet Angli� partem statuit, sic, 鎠tate Insulam circumnauigauit: hyeme ver�, iudicia in Prouincia exercuit: & h鎐 omnia ad sui exercitium & ad hostium fecit terrorem. 39

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

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