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  • Quemadmodum in Litteris die X superioris mensis Martii Episcopis catholicis destinatis planum fecimus, excommunicationis remissio deliberatio fuit ad ecclesiasticam disciplinam pertinens, qua conscientiae pondere levarentur, quod gravissima ecclesiastica censura secum fert.

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  • Quemadmodum in Litteris die X superioris mensis Martii Episcopis catholicis destinatis planum fecimus, excommunicationis remissio deliberatio fuit ad ecclesiasticam disciplinam pertinens, qua conscientiae pondere levarentur, quod gravissima ecclesiastica censura secum fert.

    RORATE CÆLI

  • Ut corpus pondere, sic animus amore praecipitatur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Instabulatur ibi et equa cum suo pullo, sed et ipse albus, nobilitèr phaleratus, et onustatus certo pondere auri et argenti.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Superficie corporis, aquae marine frigore et pondere, compressa et contracta, interstitia fibrarum occluduntur: particulis incrementi novis partes abrasas reficientibus, locus non datur.

    Travels through France and Italy

  • Instabulatur ibi et equa cum suo pullo, sed et ipse albus, nobilit鑢 phaleratus, et onustatus certo pondere auri et argenti.

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

  • He main - tained that this book could be read only by consulting experience directly and that through experience can be discovered the reason which operates in nature, a reason that is made manifest in immutable laws which, however, can be interpreted and understood only in terms of number, weight, and measure (numero, pondere, et mensura).

    RENAISSANCE HUMANISM

  • Ecce misericors Deus coram te exhibeo animam meam virtutum muneribus desolatam, catenis vitiorum ligatam, pondere peccatorum gravatam, delictorum sordibus foedatam, discissam vulneribus daemonum, putidam et foetidam ulceribus criminum: his et aliis gravioribus malis quae tu melius vides quam ego obstrictam, oppressam, circumdatam, obvolutam, bonorum omuium relevamine destitutam: [5592] 1

    Pneumatologia

  • Charón solvere nólébat; mágnopere enim verébátur né scapha sua tantó pondere oneráta in medió flúmine mergerétur.

    Ritchie's Fabulae Faciles A First Latin Reader

  • He says distinctly that she was _not_ blindfolded, and that she pressed each ploughshare with the whole weight of her body: "Emma vero nullam mamphoram sive pannum ante oculos habens -- super novem vomeres novem passus faciens et singulos eorum totius corporis pleno pressens pondere."

    The Customs of Old England

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