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  • = Riese's punctuation 'facias cur ita, saepe dabit' seems preferable to the alternate 'facias cur ita saepe, dabit', as placing more emphasis on Augustus and being perhaps an echo of _Tr_ IV ii 12 'munera det meritis, _saepe datura_, deis'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Caption: Christicolae huc alacres concurrite saepe fideles: Hic deus in terris numinis alta subit.

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • Temporibus autem quibusdam et aut officiis debitis aut rerum necessitatibus saepe eveniet ut et voluptates repudiandae sint et molestiae non recusandae.

    Short Child etc.

  • Veritas, laborans nimis saepe, extinguitur nunquam.

    What is Christianity?

  • To see injustissimum saepe juri praesidentem, impium religioni, imperitissimum eruditioni, otiosissimum labori, monstrosum humanitati? to see a lamb

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • These secondary causes hence derived, are commonly so powerful, that (as [1324] Wolfius holds) saepe mutant decreta siderum, they do often alter the primary causes, and decrees of the heavens.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • P. testa ovata, umbilicata; spira mediocri, acuta, ad apicem integra, cornea, viridescente aut pallide fulva; anfractibus quinque, convexis, saepe plus minusve transversim subliratis; apertura ovata; labio reflexo, umbilicum partim tegente; labro vix incrassato, peristomate nigrescente.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • Immisso in terrae carceres vento horribiles terrae motus efficiunt, quibus saepe non domus modo et turres, sed civitates integrae et insulae haustae sunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • M. testa fusiformi-turrita; spira elata, conica; epidermide pallide olivaceo induta, rufo-fusca, pulcherrime maculata, maculis saepe in lineis undulatis longitudinalibus dispositis; anfractibus planis, longitudinaliter plicatis, plicis aequalibus regularibus subdistantibus, ad suturas nodulosis; apertura oblongo-ovata, antice effusa; labio subincrassato; labro simplici, acuto.

    The Journals of John McDouall Stuart

  • I.ii. regibus hic mos est: ubi equos mercantur, opertos inspiciunt, ne, si facies, ut saepe, decora molli fulta pede est, emptorem inducat hiantem, quod pulchrae clunes, breve quod caput, ardua cervix. and see Virg.

    On Horsemanship

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