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  • For we see what Titus Livius saith in his introduction: Caeterum aut me amor negotii suscepti fallit aut nulla unquam respublica nec major, nec sanctior, nec bonis exemplis ditior fuit; nec in quam tam sero avaritia luxuriaque immigraverint; nec ubi tantus ac tam diu paupertati ac parsimoniae honos fuerit.

    The Advancement of Learning

  • Ab ipso tunc patriarcha Sophronio nomine, viro veneranda canitie honestissimo ac sanctissimo, grandi cymbalorum tonitru, et luminarium immenso fulgore suscepti, ad diuinissimam ecclesiam sanctissimi sepulchri, tam Syrorum, qu鄊 Latinornm solenni processione deducti sumus.

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

  • Nos enim hac lege id praecipue custodiendum esse decrevimus, ut ex quocumque coniugio suscepti filii patrum suorum sponsalicias retineant facilitates.

    A Short History of Women's Rights From the Days of Augustus to the Present Time. with Special Reference to England and the United States. Second Edition Revised, With Additions.

  • With the discovery in 1927 of the suscepti - bility of certain monkeys-among them the rhesus (the one the board tried to infect must have been, by the unluckiest chance, immune) - a new era in yellow fever research opened, and by 1931 the yellow fever vaccine was developed, the most important piece of yellow fever work since Walter Reed's experiments thirty years before.

    Manuscript Draft: Walter Reed: Doctor in Uniform, by Laura Wood, [19 -- ]

  • Jane exhibited, on this occasion, the strength of her mind: she was peculiarly subject to impressions of fear, both from real and imaginary dangers; but such was her resolution, and so great was the strength of her principle, that, without wishing to retreat from her situation, she endured (what those who have more physical courage never endure) the terrors of a suscepti -

    Memoirs, Correspondence and Poetical Remains of Jane Taylor

  • Yes, the public is "suscepti [ble] to rhetorical manipulation;" duh.

    Sadly, No!

  • Yes, the public is "suscepti [ble] to rhetorical manipulation;" duh.

    Sadly, No!

  • Women with breast cancer before age 55 who carry an inherited mutation in the breast cancer suscepti ...

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • Women with breast cancer before age 55 who carry an inherited mutation in the breast cancer suscepti ...

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • For we see what Titus Livius saith in his introduction: Caeterum aut me amor negotii suscepti fallit aut nulla unquam respublica nec major, nec sanctior, nec bonis exemplis ditior fuit; nec in quam tam sero avaritia luxuriaque immigraverint; nec ubi tantus ac tam diu paupertati ac parsimoniae honos fuerit.

    The Advancement of Learning

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