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  • Test Post One enim morbi senectus condimentum lacus Aliquam pharetra. mi Praesent neque tortor fames est est.wisi. eu habitant eleifend quam Donec amet accumsan rutrum luctus, amet, commodo libero vulputate tempor in vitae feugiat erat.

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  • If a man put desperate hands upon himself, by occasion of madness or melancholy, if he have given testimony before of his regeneration, in regard he doth this not so much out of his will, as ex vi morbi, we must make the best construction of it, as [6753] Turks do, that think all fools and madmen go directly to heaven.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The last and greatest cause of this malady, is our own conscience, sense of our sins, and God's anger justly deserved, a guilty conscience for some foul offence formerly committed, — [6715] O miser Oreste, quid morbi te perdit?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Maximam in gignendis morbis vim obtinet, pabulum, materiamque morbi suggerens: nam nec ab aere, nec a perturbationibus, vel aliis evidentibus causis morbi sunt, nisi consentiat corporis praeparatio, et humorum constitutio.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Aegritudine amittunt patientiam, et inde morbi incurabiles.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Signa hujus morbi sunt plurimus saltus, sonitus aurium, capitis gravedo, lingua titubat, oculi excavantur, &c. 2464.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Cujus possessio nec furto eripi, nec incendio absumi, nec aquarum voragine absorberi, vel vi morbi destrui potest.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • It is doubted by some, Gravioresne morbi a perturbationibus, an ab humoribus, whether humours or perturbations cause the more grievous maladies.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Tanta enim morbi varietas ac differentia ut non facile dignoscatur, unde initium morbus sumpserit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Quaecunque regio producit simplicia, pro morbis regionis; crescit raro absynthium in Italia, quod ibi plerumque morbi calidi, sed cicuta, papaver, et herbae frigidae; apud nos Germanos et Polonos ubique provenit absynthium.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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  • Plural of morbus.

    January 30, 2012