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  • Attamen naevi hujus generis haud impediunt quo minus operis summam et {Greek} praedare dispositam, delectum rerum sapientissimum, argutum quoque interdum, dictionemque seu stylum historico aeque ac philosopho dignissimum, et vix a quoque alio Anglo, Humio ac Robertsono haud exceptis (praereptum?) vehementer laudemus, atque saeculo nostro de hujusmodi historia gratulemur ... ..

    Memoirs of My Life and Writings

  • Obs. Viror_. operæ pretium est videre quantopere placeant omnibus, et doctis joco, et indoctis serio, qui dum ridemus, putant rideri stylum tantum, quem illi non defendunt, sed gravitate sententiarum dicunt compensatum, et latere sub rudi vagina pulcherrimum gladium.

    Notes and Queries, Number 38, July 20, 1850

  • The other end of it was usually flattened for pressing out an incorrect letter; among the Romans the term "vetere stylum" became common in the sense of correcting a work.

    Old English Libraries; The Making, Collection and Use of Books During the Middle Ages

  • There was the arcarius, or account keeper, with his stylum behind his ear; the sleek prægustator, who sampled all foods, so as to stand between his master and poison, and beside him his predecessor, now

    The Last of the Legions and Other Tales of Long Ago

  • There was the arcarius, or account keeper, with his stylum behind his ear; the sleek praegustator, who sampled all foods, so as to stand between his master and poison, and beside him his predecessor, now

    The Last Galley Impressions and Tales

  • Disputations they stuffed his mouth with, and no Buffianism throughout his whole books, but they bolstered out his part with; as those ragged remnants in his four familiar epistles 'twixt him and _Senior Immerito, raptim scripta, noste manum et stylum_, with innumerable other of his rabble-routs: and scoffing his

    A History of Elizabethan Literature

  • Sometimes, however, the accused was granted counsel, but _juxta juris formam ac stylum et usum officii Inquisitionis_; cf.

    The Inquisition A Critical and Historical Study of the Coercive Power of the Church

  • Attamen naevi hujus generis haud impediunt quo minus operis summam et praedare dispositam, delectum rerum sapientissimum, argutum quoque interdum, dictionemque seu stylum historico aeque ac philosopho dignissimum, et vix a quoque alio Anglo, Humio ac

    Memoirs of My Life and Writings

  • Attamen naevi hujus generis haud impediunt quo minus operis summam et praedare dispositam, delectum rerum sapientissimum, argutum quoque interdum, dictionemque seu stylum historico aeque ac philosopho dignissimum, et vix a quoque alio Anglo, Humio ac

    Memoirs of My Life and Writings

  • Attamen naevi hujus generis haud impediunt quo minus operis summam et praedare dispositam, delectum rerum sapientissimum, argutum quoque interdum, dictionemque seu stylum historico aeque ac philosopho dignissimum, et vix a quoque alio Anglo, Humio ac

    Memoirs of My Life and Writings

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