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  • Nullam frugem habent potus ex imbre: Et hae gentes si vincantur, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • * Fides tanquam radix imbre suscepto haeret in animae solo; ut cum per legem Dei excoli coeperit surgant in ea rami qui fructus operum ferant.

    Pneumatologia

  • Fides tanquam radix imbre suscepto haeret in animae solo; ut cum per legem Dei excoli coeperit surgant in ea rami qui fructus operum ferant.

    Pneumatologia

  • The manuscript has many corruptions: a few examples are i 30 _igne_ for _imbre_, ii 18 _supremo_ for _suppresso_, iv 6 _pace_ for _parte_, vi 34 _uirtus_ for _uirus_, vii 15 _piacula_ for _pericula_, ix 42

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • _B1_ unde rogas forsan fiducia tanta futuri sit mihi? quod fecit quisque tuetur opus, ut Venus artificis labor est et gloria Coi, aequoreo madidas quae premit imbre comas, 30 arcis ut Actaeae uel eburna uel aerea custos bellica Phidiaca stat dea facta manu, uindicat ut Calamis laudem quos fecit equorum, ut similis uerae uacca Myronis opus, sic ego sum rerum non ultima, Sexte, tuarum 35 tutelaeque feror munus opusque tuae.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • The true Maidenhair is named _Adiantum_, from the Greek: _Quod denso imbre cadente destillans foliis tenuis non insidet humor_, "Because the leaves are not wetted even by a heavily falling shower of rain."

    Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure

  • = Similar instrumental uses of _ab_ at _Her_ X 138 'tunicas lacrimis sicut _ab imbre_ graues', _AA_ III 545 'ingenium placida mollitur _ab arte_', _Met_ I 65-66 'contraria tellus/nubibus assiduis pluuiaque madescit ab Austro', _Met_ IV 162-63 'pectus ... adhuc _a caede_ tepebat', and _Fast_ V 323 'caelum nigrescit _ab Austris_'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • The Romans would not have found _aequoreo ... imbre_ strange.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Nesciebas Croesum regem Lydorum Cyro paulo ante formidabilem mox deinde miserandum rogi flammis traditum misso caelitus imbre defensum?

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Grando cum imbre coelitus de - lata - vel Jovis fulmen.

    Suidae Lexicon, Græce & Latine

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