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  • Well then, coming back to the margin of the reef, you find that part of it which lies just within the surf to be coated by a very curious plant, a sort of seaweed, which contains in its substance a very great deal of carbonate of lime, and looks almost like rock; this is what is called the nulli pore.

    Essays

  • Well then, coming back to the margin of the reef, you find that part of it which lies just within the surf to be coated by a very curious plant, a sort of seaweed, which contains in its substance a very great deal of carbonate of lime, and looks almost like rock; this is what is called the nulli pore.

    Coral and Coral Reefs

  • First I appoint my nulli secondus and then my nulli secunda.

    Crossed

  • First I appoint my nulli secondus and then my nulli secunda.

    Crossed

  • Qui omnem pecuniarum contemptum habent, et nulli imaginationis totius munsi se immiscuerint, et tyrannicas corporis concupiscentias sustinuerint hi multoties capti a vana gloria omnia perdiderunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Dogma cupidis et curiosis ingeniis imprimendum, ut sit talis qui nulli rei serviat, aut exacte unum aliquid elaboret, alia negligens, ut artifices, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Seneca's wit beyond all the Greeks, nulli secundus, yet [454] Seneca saith of himself, when I would solace myself with a fool, I reflect upon myself, and there I have him.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Qui breve hoc vitae curriculum cupiunt sani transigere, frigidis aquis saepe lavare debent, nulli aetati cum sit incongrua, calidis imprimis utilis.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Quicquid sibi imperavit animus obtinuit (as [3414] Seneca saith) nulli tam feri affectus, ut non disciplina perdomentur, whatsoever the will desires, she may command: no such cruel affections, but by discipline they may be tamed; voluntarily thou wilt not do this or that, which thou oughtest to do, or refrain, &c., but when thou art lashed like

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Solitudo est causa apparitionum; nulli visionibus et hinc delirio magis obnoxii sunt quam qui collegis et eremo vivunt monachi: tales plerumque melancholici ob victum, solitudinem.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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