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  • There is a second Latin inscription at eye level: "Vestra locum ut pietas aliquem post reddat in astris has dedit in terris Corycius statuas."

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  • There is a second Latin inscription at eye level: "Vestra locum ut pietas aliquem post reddat in astris has dedit in terris Corycius statuas."

    The Pier of Goritz

  • Nemo est quem non Phaebus hic noster, solo intuitu lubentiorem reddat.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Venetis, atque adeo regis Romanorum subditis largita vnquam aut donata fuit, celsitudinem vestram rogamus ne tam singularis beneficenti� laus in tam angustis terminis duorum aut trium hominum concludatur, sed ad vniuersos subditos nostrus diffusa, propagat醧ue, celsitudinis vestr� beneficium e� reddat augustius, qu� eiusdem donatio lati鵶 patebit, et ad plures pertinebit.

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

  • -- Ed. [123] "Scimus minime esse insolens ut virtutem suam Deus externis symbolis testatam nobis reddat."

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • * Scimus minime esse insolens ut virtutem suam Deus externis symbolis testatam nobis reddat: [1125] 1

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • * [2101] Inhærens justitia ita reddit animam justam et sanctam ac proinde filiam Dei, ut hoc ipso reddat eam heredem, et dignam æterna gloria; imo ipse Deus efficere non potest ut hujusmodi justus dignus non sit æterna beatitudine

    The Doctrine of Justification by Faith

  • The variant AGER (_TM2I2_) for _amor_ was clearly induced by such passages as Tib II vi 21-22 'spes sulcis credit aratis/semina quae magno _faenore_ reddat _ager_', _RA_ 173-74 'obrue uersata Cerealia semina terra,/quae tibi cum multo _faenore_ reddat _ager_', and _EP_ I

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Consideranda ergo est in his duntaxat pronominibus natura C litterae, quae crassum quodammodo et quasi geminum sonum reddat, _hic_ et _hoc_.

    The Roman Pronunciation of Latin Why we use it and how to use it

  • Atqui eadem illa littera, quotiens ultima est et vocalem verbi sequentis ita contingit ut in eam transire possit, etiamsi scribitur tamen parum exprimitur, ut _multum ille_ et _quantum erat_; adeo ut paene cujusdam novae litterae sonum reddat.

    The Roman Pronunciation of Latin Why we use it and how to use it

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