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  • But the earlier etymological meaning, deriving from the Latin word recte meaning 'in a straight line, perpendicularity sic, uprightly' goes nearer to the heart of what Aboriginal ritual means to them.

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  • Lib. de victimis: amans Deum, sublimia petit, sumptis alis et in coelum recte volat, relicta terra, cupidus aberrandi cum sole, luna, stellarumque sacra militia, ipso Deo duce.

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  • Ad hunc morbum exercitationes, quum recte et suo tempore fiunt, mirifice conducunt, et sanitatem tuentur, &c. 3219.

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  • Et qui norit eo recte uti, plus habet artis quam tota scribentium cohors aut omnes doctores in

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  • Arcana tacere, otium recte collocare, injuriam posse ferre, difficillimum.

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  • Si doctores suum fecissent officium, et plebem fidei commissam recte instituissent de doctrirnae christianae, capitib. nec sacris scripturis interdixissent, de multis proculdubio recte sensissent.

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  • “The Spectator,” No. 574, on the text “Non possidentem multa vocaveris recte beatum ...”

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  • Ille inficit, hic perficit, ille deprimit, hic elevat; hic tranquillitatem ille curas parit: hic vitam recte informat, ille deformat &c.

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  • Et tamen felicibus moderationem, dum inconstantiam humanae felicitatis docent, praestant; infelices si omnia recte aestimare velint, felices reddere possunt.

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  • Est corruptio imaginativae et aestimativae facultatis, ob formam fortiter affixam, corruptumque judicium, ut semper de eo cogitet, ideoque recte melancholicus appellatur.

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