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  • Caso contrário, a empresa já fez saber que pondera deslocalizar-se para outras paragens.

    Leituras

  • Some are never without a difference, and commonly by amusing men with a subtilty, blanch the matter; of whom A. Gellius saith, Hominem delirum, qui verborum minutiis rerum frangit pondera.

    The Essays

  • Verborum minutiis rerum frangit pondera, so a man may truly say of the schoolmen, Quaestionum minutiis scientiarum frangunt soliditatem.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • Collegit ergo circa se imperium nostrum potentias suas: sed quia carpenta ducebat armorum, et machinarum, et aliorum instrumentorum conferentium ciuitatem expugnationibus, pondera portantia: idcirc� nequaquam cum festinatione iter suum agere poterat.

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

  • Nam si aliqua contempsisset; si parum concupisset, si non omnia sua amasset; si rerum pondera minutissimis sententiis non fregisset, consensu potius eruditorum, quàm puerorum amore comprobaretur.

    A Dialogue Concerning Oratory, Or The Causes Of Corrupt Eloquence The Works Of Cornelius Tacitus, Volume 8 (of 8); With An Essay On His Life And Genius, Notes, Supplements

  • The same situation similarly described at _Fast_ I 81-82 'iamque noui praeeunt fasces, noua purpura fulget,/et noua conspicuum pondera sentit ebur'; compare as well _Med Fac_ 13 'matrona _premens altum_ rubicunda sedile' and _Met_ V 317 'factaque de uiuo _pressere_ sedilia saxo'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • = Ovid often mentions the alternating pattern of elegiac verse: compare xvi 11 _numeris ... imparibus ... uel aequis_ and the passages there cited, _Am_ III i 8 (of Elegy) 'et, puto, pes illi _longior alter_ erat', and _EP_ III iv 85-86 'ferre etiam molles elegi tam uasta triumphi/pondera _disparibus_ non potuere _rotis_'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • "_Hoc circa templum sit jus mercatoribus æqum, pondera ne vergant nec sit conventio prava. _"

    The Royal Pawn of Venice A Romance of Cyprus

  • Phrygium ut nemus citato cupide pede tetigit, adiitque opaca siluis redimita loca deae, stimulatus ibi furenti rabie, uagus animis, deuolsit ilei acuto sibi pondera silice.

    Attis

  • Auroraeque nigrum partum stirpemque Tonantis rectorem Lyciae; nec te, Mauortia uirgo, praeteream regesque alios, quos Thraecia misit65 atque Asiae gentes et Magno maxima Pella; quique animi uiris et strictae pondera mentis prudentes habuere uiri, quibus omnis in ipsis census erat, iustusque Solon fortisque Lycurgus, aetheriusque Platon et qui fabricauerat illum70 damnatusque suas melius damnauit Athenas,

    The Milky Way

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