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  • Sunt enim aliae virtutes, quae videntur in moribus hominum, et quadam comitate ac beneficentia positae: aliae quae in ingenii aliqua facultate, aut animi magnitudine ac robore.

    An Enquiry into the Principles of Morals

  • Ipse verò Imperator tendit residens in cella seu camera ædificata super currum grandem forma, fortem robore, nobilem in structura, est cella de ligno Aloes optimi odoris, et parietes cellæ operti in quibusdam locis laminis aureis, quæ et ipsæ distinguuntur gemmis variis, et margaritis.

    The Voyages and Travels of Sir John Mandeville

  • Ipse ver� Imperator tendit residens in cella seu camera 鎑ificata super currum grandem forma, fortem robore, nobilem in structura, est cella de ligno Aloes optimi odoris, et parietes cell� operti in quibusdam locis laminis aureis, qu� et ips� distinguuntur gemmis variis, et margaritis.

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

  • _Nam tumidos, et corruptos, et tinnulos, et quocumque alio cacozeliæ genere peccantes, certum habeo, non virium, sed infirmitatis vitio laborare: ut corpora non robore, sed valetudine inflantur.

    A Dialogue Concerning Oratory, Or The Causes Of Corrupt Eloquence The Works Of Cornelius Tacitus, Volume 8 (of 8); With An Essay On His Life And Genius, Notes, Supplements

  • The atoms of fire are struck out of the flint (VI, 6), the atoms of light are emitted from the sun (VII, 527, and VIII, 23), early men were born duro robore and lived like those described in the fifth book of Lucretius (VIII, 320), and Conington finds almost two hundred reminiscences of Lucretius in the

    Vergil

  • C. ab Ioue principium, si quis canit aethera, sumat, si quis Atlantiaci pondus molitur Olympi: at mihi, qui nostras praesenti numine terras perpetuamque regit iuuenili robore pacem, 85 laetus et augusto felix adrideat ore.

    A Singing Match

  • Num enim elephantos mole, tauros robore superare poteritis, num tigres uelocitate praeibitis?

    The Theological Tractates and The Consolation of Philosophy

  • Proindeque tenetur quisque, quo vocationem suam sibi et electionem certmn faciat, omnem adhibere diligentiam, [1577] unde cor suum habeat pace et gaudio in spiritu sancto, in Deum amore et gratitudine, in actibus observantiae robore et alacritate dilatatum; qui certitudinus huius fructus proprii sunt ac genuini.

    The Creeds of the Evangelical Protestant Churches.

  • Ipse oceanus, vagis fluctibus redimitus, isto viso stat immotus; eiectus fuit e sede sua Cuvêrus, huius robore vexatus.

    Ramayana. English

  • Finan succeeded to the Bishopric of Lindisfarne, he built there a suitable Episcopal church, constructed of oak planks, and covered with reeds, "more Scotorum non de lapide, sed de robore secto totam composuit, atque arundine texit."

    Archaeological Essays, Vol. 1

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