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  • The nails on my rookers had been scis - sored and filed real short so I could not scratch.

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  • I heard of appalling and fatal research in third world labs using chimps and gorillas when taking the UA course – research soundly denounced by all participating neuroscientists and cog-scis.

    Cloning Monsters:The Ethical Dimension

  • Tu, qui cuncta scis et vales:Qui nos pascis hic mortales:Tuos ibi commensáles,Cohærédes et sodales,Fac sanctórum cívium.

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  • Agreste olus anus vendebat, et rogo inquam, mater, nunquid scis ubi ego habitem? delectata illa urbanitate tam stulta, et quid nesciam inquit? consurrexitque et cepit me praecedere; divinam ego putabam, &c. nudas video meretrices et in lupanar me adductum, sero execrutus aniculae insidias.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • -----, 1988: “˜Tu scis hoc esse omne quod est hoc™: Richard Kilvington and the Logic of Knowledge”, in Kretzmann (ed.), Meaning and Inference in Medieval Philosophy,

    Richard Kilvington

  • All these animal sets were only analogies for the root game: scis - sors/paper/stone.

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  • Nam ipse eos nondum opinabar satis maturuisse, quibus componendis, ut scis, paulo plus quam biennium tot alioqui negotiis districtus impendi ...

    The Student's Companion to Latin Authors

  • "Quod scis, nihil prodest; quod nescis, multum obest."

    The Orations of Marcus Tullius Cicero, Volume 4

  • The only other instance of this sense in verse apparently III iii 49-50 'scis tamen et

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • Conquerar an taceam? ponam sine nomine crimen, an notum qui sis omnibus esse uelim? nomine non utar, ne commendere querela, quaeraturque tibi carmine fama meo. dum mea puppis erat ualida fundata carina, 5 qui mecum uelles currere primus eras; nunc, quia contraxit uultum Fortuna, recedis, auxilio postquam scis opus esse tuo. dissimulas etiam, nec me uis nosse uideri, quisque sit audito nomine Naso rogas.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

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