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  • “That all things are vanity and vexation of spirit,” but many other more particular cards and directions: chiefly that, that being without well-being is a curse, and the greater being the greater curse; and that all virtue is most rewarded and all wickedness most punished in itself: according as the poet saith excellently: — “Quae vobis, quae digna, viri pro laudibus istis Praemia posse rear solvi? pulcherrima primum Dii moresque dabunt vestri.”

    The Advancement of Learning

  • * [596] Veritatis argumentum est omnibus aliquid videri tanquam deos esse, quod omnibus de diis opinio insita sit, neque ulla gens usquam est, adeo extra leges moresque posita ut non aliquos Deos credat.

    A Dissertation on Divine Justice

  • [19] “Veritatis argumentum est omnibus aliquid videri tanquam deos esse, quod omnibus de diis opinio insita sit, neque ulla gens usquam est, adeo extra leges moresque posita ut non aliquos Deos credat.” —

    A Dissertation on Divine Justice

  • Sueton. _ibid. _ p. 32, 'Post editas comoedias, nondum quintum atque vicesimum ingressus annum, causa vitandae opinionis qua videbatur aliena pro suis edere, seu percipiendi Graecorum instituta moresque quos non perinde exprimeret in scriptis, egressus urbe est neque amplius rediit ...

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • This palace was built by the sultan Muley Ismael: it is very neat, and consists for the most part of moresque architecture; the marble columns and other decorations were brought from (_Kasser Farawan_) the ruins of

    An Account of Timbuctoo and Housa Territories in the Interior of Africa

  • But Becker continues: "Sive enim < Plautus > seria agit et praecepta pleno effundit penu, ad quae componere vitarn oporteat; in sententiis quanta gravitas, orationis quanta vis, quam probe et meditate cum hominum ingenia moresque novisse omnia testantur."

    The Dramatic Values in Plautus

  • Sed ne me inexorabile contra fortunam gerere bellum putes, est aliquando cum de hominibus illa, fallax illa nihil, bene mereatur, tum scilicet cum se aperit, cum frontem detegit moresque profitetur.

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • [2] _Dialogi sacri, latino-gallici, ad linguas moresque puerorum formandos_.

    Spiritual Reformers in the 16th & 17th Centuries

  • Which she accordingly did, and the result was a semi-moresque, dainty, and glowing bit of costume quite in keeping with the time and place.

    In the Yule-Log Glow, Book I Christmas Tales from 'Round the World

  • Positively it is difficult to take it, for here comes a fort we must look at -- miles of sloping coppery-coloured crenellated stone wall of moresque design.

    From Edinburgh to India & Burmah

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