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  • Satyrorum, et salacium istorum Geniorum se ostendisse, quantum nunc quotidianae narrationes, et judiciales sententiae proferunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Solius Hakluyti decus est, pr鎑iuite penna ostendisse suis ciuibus ausa mari

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation

  • Sed quoniam _aheni_ quoque exemplo usi sumus, venit nobis in memoriam, fidum optatumque, multi nominis Romae, grammaticum ostendisse mihi librum Aeneidos secundum mirandae vetustatis, emptum in Sigillariis XX. aureis, quem ipsius Vergilii fuisse credebat; in quo duo isti versus cum ita scripti forent:

    The Roman Pronunciation of Latin Why we use it and how to use it

  • A dependent Perfect Infinitive is treated as an historical tense wherever, if resolved into an equivalent Indicative, it would be historical; as, -- videor ostendisse quālēs deī essent, _I seem to have shown of what nature the gods are_ (ostendisse here corresponds to an Indicative, ostendī, _I showed_).

    New Latin Grammar

  • "Hactenus mendacis formam felicitatis ostendisse suffecerit, quam si perspicaciter intueris, ordo est deinceps quae sit uera monstrare."

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • [235] Cardan alludes to Niger in _De Varietate_, p. 641: "Referebat aliquando Josephus Niger harum rerum maximé peritus, dæmonem pueris se sub forma Christi ostendisse, petiisseque ut adoraretur."

    Jerome Cardan A Biographical Study

  • Verum ego me satis clare ostendisse puto, a summa Dei potentia sive infinita natura infinita infinitis modis, hoc est, omnia necessario effluxisse, vel semper eadem necessitate sequi; eodem modo, ac ex natura trianguli ab aeterno et in aeternum sequitur ejus tres angulos aequari duobus rectis.

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  • VI. IV: after he had drawn his clothes from his shoulder towards his breast [shoulders] _The Latin reads “... umeroque suas a pectore [or: ad pectora] postquam/deduxit [or: diduxit] vestes ebur ostendisse sinistro”.

    The Metamorphoses of Ovid Vol. I, Books I-VII

  • Solius Hakluyti decus est, prædiuite penna ostendisse suis ciuibus ausa mari

    The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques and Discoveries of the English Nation — Volume 01

  • Videtur his ostendisse aliud esse fata, aliud Jovem. [

    Vergil

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