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  • Then there is Vidi Aquam for the Easter season: Vidi aquam egredientem de templo, a latere dextro, alleluia.

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  • Besides (as Nazianzen hath it) Deus latere nos multa voluit; and with Seneca, cap.

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  • In tristitia cor fugiens attrahit ex Splene lentum humorem melancholicum, qui effusus sub costis in sinistro latere hypocondriacos flatus facit, quod saepe accidit iis qui diuturna cura et moestitia conflictantur.

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  • The third region is the lower belly, in which the liver resides as a Legat a latere, with the rest of those natural organs, serving for concoction, nourishment, expelling of excrements.

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  • Innuunt in eis latere magna mysteria, et quodlibet horum factorum melodia terminat Musicorum.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Hac præsentatione cum debita maturitate perfecta, resident in basso à latere throni ad proprias mensas, multi Philosophi, seu

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Item ab hoc latere maris per tres dietas habentur magnæ montium alpes, inter quas venit quasi oriens de Paradiso fluuius decurrentibus petris, nihil penitùs habens aquæ, in quibus æstimandæ sunt plurimum magnarum esse virtutum, quamuis de singulis humanæ scientiæ constare non potest.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Nobilis autem in equis preciosè phaleratis ferunt gladios, ver spatas breues et latas, scindentes pro vno latere, et in capitibus galeas, de corio cocto, non altas, sed ad capitis formara depressas.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • A cuius latere in montis appendentia colitur vinea, quam nominant Iosuæ scophis, de qua quidam putare volunt, quod Sanctus Ioannes Euangelista eam primò plantauit.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • In hac valle, ab vno eius latere, vidi faciem hominis valdè horribilem, qui tantum horrorem mihi incussit, quòd putaui me spiritum exhalare, propter quod saepè repetij verbum vitæ, scilicet, verbum Caro factum est.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

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