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  • In the daytime the "pium" flies, vicious little sand-flies, became bad enough to make us finally use gloves and head - nets.

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  • Keeping hearts of pium in mind enabled Ruumahum to arrange the grazer carcass on his back without falling asleep more than once in the process.

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  • Nothing would please that overripe pium fruit more than to see Born vanish forever, leaving him a clear path to Brightly Go.

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  • He would have preferred to sleep, but ... pium, now.

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  • Every night he would smear ointment on the inaccessible bites of the pium flies and bandage cuts from the spiky palms and the blade grass.

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  • Vidi sacerdotem optimum et pium, qui quod nollet uti

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • [6807] Erasmus of such controversies: Pugnet qui volet, ego censeo leges majorum reverenter suscipiendas, et religiose observandas, velut a Deo profectas; nec esse tutum, nec esse pium, de potestate publica sinistram concipere aut serere suspicionem.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Fortem reddunt animum et constantem; et pium colloquium non permittit animum absurda cogitatione torqueri.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Et dicit liber Iesum sanctissimum omnium Prophetarum fuisse veracem in dictis et factis, benignum, pium, iustum, et ab omni vitio penitus alienum: Sanctum quoque Ioannem Euangelistam post prædictos Prophetas fuisse alijs Sanctiorem, cuius et Euangelium fatentur esse plenum salutari, ac veraci doctrina, et ipsum Sanctum

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Et dicit liber Iesum sanctissimum omnium Prophetarum fuisse veracem in dictis et factis, benignum, pium, iustum, et ab omni vitio penitus alienum: Sanctum quoque Ioannem Euangelistam post pr鎑ictos Prophetas fuisse alijs Sanctiorem, cuius et Euangelium fatentur esse plenum salutari, ac veraci doctrina, et ipsum Sanctum

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