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  • Hiatu terra dehiscit: pulsu eleuatur intumescens, & nonunquam, vt inquit

    A briefe commentarie of Island, by Arngrimus Ionas

  • Hiatu terra dehiscit: pulsu eleuatur intumescens, & nonunquam, vt inquit

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

  • HABET, the reading of most manuscripts, does not account for FERET, but is in itself acceptable enough; compare _Her_ XVI 59-60 'ecce pedum pulsu uisa est mihi terra moueri --/uera loquar ueri [_Heinsius_: uero _codd_] uix _habitura fidem_' and Cic _Flac_ 21 'sed fuerint incorruptae litterae domi; nunc uero quam _habere_ auctoritatem aut quam _fidem_ possunt?'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • _Fast_ III 612 'flet tamen _admonitu_ motus, Elissa, tui', where many manuscripts read _admonitus_, and _Tr_ I iv 9 'pinea texta sonant pulsu

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • TERITVR, for which Riese cited _Tr_ I iv 9-10 'pinea texta sonant pulsu

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • W.H. constat per fabricam cordis sanguinem per pulmones in Aortam perpetuo transferri, as by two clacks of a water bellows to rayse water constat per ligaturam transitum sanguinis ab arteriis ad venas unde perpetuum sanguinis motum in circulo fieri pulsu cordis.

    The Evolution of Modern Medicine

  • Padi ruentis impetu torrentior, magna sonorae grandinis ui densior, flammis corusci fulguris uibratior, 5 iam nunc per auras Persei talaribus petasoque ditis Arcados uectus uola. si uera fama est Hippocrene, quam pedis pulsu citati cornipes fudit fremens, tu fonte in ipso procreatus Pegasi, 10 primus duorum metra iunxisti pedum trimetrisque Musis concinentibus nouem caedem in draconis concitasti Delium. fer hanc salutem praepes et uolucripes

    A Letter to Paulinus

  • W.H. constat per fabricam cordis sanguinem per pulmones in Aortam perpetuo transferri, as by two clacks of a water bellows to rayse water constat per ligaturam transitum sanguinis ab arteriis ad venas unde perpetuum sanguinis motum in circulo fieri pulsu cordis.

    The Evolution of Modern Medicine A Series of Lectures Delivered at Yale University on the Silliman Foundation in April, 1913

  • Demens, qui nimbos et non imitabile fulmen, re et cornipedum pulsu, simularat, equorum.

    The Heart of Mid-Lothian

  • Where the pulse is small this defect of distention is present, and contributes much to produce the febris irritativa pulsu debili, or irritative fever with weak pulse, called by modern writers nervous fever, as a predisponent cause.

    Zoonomia, Vol. I Or, the Laws of Organic Life

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