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  • Temporis fallendi vel nefcio quid medi - tandi caufa, donec equi reficerentur, Cceme - terium, quod haud procul a diverforio fuerat, ingreffus, in confpicuo loco calvariam depre - hendo inter duas alias mediam, cujus fronti trabalibus litteris infcriptum erat demortuse nobiiis fcemine nomen cum hoc illuftri cogno - mine: Mater pauperum.

    Opera omnia sanctorum patrum Latinorum

  • Cornage fuses mediam and subject, but it's the best kind of poem about poetry, one that shows, rather than tells, what is possible.

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  • Cornage fuses mediam and subject, but it's the best kind of poem about poetry, one that shows, rather than tells, what is possible.

    Who’s running the Antigonish Review anyway?

  • It is not fair the way you mediam or the other news tv is treated her.

    Clinton makes case at DNC

  • Saturnina a Rascetta per mediam manum decurrens, usque ad radicem montis Saturni, a parvis lineis intersecta, arguit melancholicos.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • These acute and subtle sophisters, so much honoured, have as much need of hellebore as others. — [714] O medici mediam pertundite venam.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • It seems mediam income is a slightly more accurate satistic.

    Unemployment and the Economy

  • Tertiam denique mediam scientiam, qua ex altissima et inscrutabili comprehensione cujusque liberi arbitrii in sua essentia intuitus est, quid pro sua innata libertate, si in hoc, vel illo, vel etiam infinitis rerum ordinibus collocaretur, acturum esset, cum tamen posset, si vellet, facere re reipsa oppositum....

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  • Tertiam denique mediam scientiam, qua ex altissima et inscrutabili comprehensione cujusque liberi arbitrii in sua essentia intuitus est, quid pro sua innata libertate, si in hoc, vel illo, vel etiam infinitis rerum ordinibus collocaretur, acturum esset, cum tamen posset, si vellet, facere re reipsa oppositum....

    Rough Notes on Scientia Media

  • Debris inclyta affuso fonte, cujus aquæ ex coelesti quidem vertigine mutant qualitatem, at controversa siderum disciplina; quidpe qui friget calore, calet frigore; à medio scilicet die ad noctem mediam aquis ferventibus, totidemque horis ad medium diem rigentíbus.

    The Fardle of Facions, conteining the aunciente maners, customes and lawes, of the peoples enhabiting the two partes of the earth, called Affricke and Asie

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