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  • In 9 Rhasis, atram bilem parit, et visum debilitat.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Melancholiam, quae fit a redundantia humoris in toto corpore, victus imprimis generat qui eum humorem parit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Veras absolutas haec parit virtutes, radix omnium virtutum, mens et spiritus.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ille inficit, hic perficit, ille deprimit, hic elevat; hic tranquillitatem ille curas parit: hic vitam recte informat, ille deformat &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Homericum illud Nepenthes quod moerorem tollit, et cuthimiam, et hilaritatem parit.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Sus Minervam, I am forth of my element, as you peradventure suppose; and sometimes veritas odium parit, as he said, verjuice and oatmeal is good for a parrot.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Bertollucci filmit ishte "kritikuar nga disa për të promovuar një shpjegim psikologjik të fashizmit mbi ato kulturore, historike, apo ideologjik," (Bozzola) dhe Meyjes "Filmi ishte protestuan nga një grup çifut, të parit fshehtën, thjesht për përpjekjen për të njerëzishëm Hitleri i ri" (Ralske). »2004» Maj

  • It is true that in sciences popular, as moralities, laws, and the like, yea, and divinity (because it pleaseth God to apply Himself to the capacity of the simplest), that form may have use; and in natural philosophy likewise, by way of argument or satisfactory reason, Quae assensum parit operis effaeta est; but the subtlety of nature and operations will not be enchained in those bonds.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • A parit of wooden trousers worn by poultry-keepers in the Middle Ages.

    The Meaning of Liff

  • There is no accounting for tastes; and, as you probably know, "veritas odium parit!"

    She and I, Volume 2 A Love Story. A Life History.


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  • "The highlight of their visit was a group trip downriver to the Riam Parit waterfall, or rather "waterchute." After a heavy, early afternoon downpour (which, interestingly, barely raised the river level at all—the hydrological buffering role of a healthy forest)—we hiked along riverbank for a half hour through the leech-rich riparian forest. The sun lined up perfectly to throw golden beams through the steam rising from the warm, damp rocks. We waded across the river just above the falls, and carefully made our way down the other side over slippery boulders. The water has cut a deep groove though the granite; hence "parit," or channel. Numerous circular holes dot the surface of the rocks like cauldrons. These are filled with large, rounded rocks which be formed when the river is in spate: the swift current apparently drives the contained rocks round and round in their holes, but without washing them out; thus these perfect cylinders are ground into the bedrock."

    May 2, 2011