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  • It rhymes with Oz. To a traveler, it's often the highest quaesitum.

    'Roads to Quoz'

  • Autumno, valetudine plus declinata, thermis Bathoniensibus solatium haud frustra quaesitum.

    Travels through France and Italy

  • Our present object is to discover what determines at any time the national income of a given economic system and (which is almost the same thing) the amount of its employment; which means in a study so complex as economics, in which we cannot hope to make completely accurate generalisations, the factors whose changes mainly determine our quaesitum.

    The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money

  • The division must be made entirely on the basis of experience, so as to correspond on the one hand to the factors in which the changes seem to be so slow or so little relevant as to have only a small and comparatively negligible short-term influence on our quaesitum; and on the other hand to those factors in which the changes are found in practice to exercise a dominant influence on our quaesitum.

    The General Theory of Employment, Interest, and Money

  • Postquam sicuti voluerat congressi, dicit se missum a consule venisse quaesitum ab eo, pacem an bellum agitaturus foret.

    C. Sallusti Crispi De Bello Catilinario Et Jugurthino

  • Cancellieri della S.R. Chiesa (Rome, 1729); RIGANTI, Commentaria in regulas, constitutiones et ordinationes Cancetlariae apostolicae, opus posthumum (Geneva, 1571); HEDDERICH, Disputatio ad regulam Cancellariae; de non tollendo ius quaesitum in Germania, diss.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 13: Revelation-Stock

  • Praeterea quaesitum fuit, num anima tantum, an divinitate sola, an vero anima et corpore descenderit, idque an spiritualiter, an vero corporaliter sit factum.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • And this is then your dilemma: you find the two parts of your quaesitum hopelessly separated.

    Pragmatism

  • We reckon as the basis of our culture upon an amount of order, of tacit obedience, of prescriptive governability, which these philosophers hoped to get as a principal result of their culture; we take without thought as a _datum_ what they hunted as a _quaesitum_.

    Library of the World's Best Literature, Ancient and Modern — Volume 3

  • She accompanied the emperor and empress in their journey to Rome, and the latter, quaesitum venenum bibere per fraudem illexit, ut quotiescunque concepisset, immaturum abjicerit partum.

    History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire — Volume 2

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  • quaesitum – that which is sought for; an object of search; the answer to a problem

    July 26, 2008