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  • Nam Catonem nostrum non tu amas plus quam ego; sed tamen ille optimo animo utens et summa fide nocet interdum rei publicae; dicit enim tamquam in Platonis politeia, non tamquam in Romuli faece, sententiam.

    CONSPIRATA

  • Note 277: "Perfectus medicus phisicus novit ... armoniam pulsuum tamquam quandam armoniam musice": as cited in Gallo, Music in the Castle, 60. back

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • She sent a messenger to them with the words "tamquam ovis," that is, like a sheep, trusting that her erudite staff would be able to finish the rest of the Latin phrase.

    From Heads of Household to Heads of State: The Preaccession Households of Mary and Elizabeth Tudor, 1516-1558

  • Fratres, sobrii estote et vigilate, quoniam adversarius vester, diabolus, tamquam leo rugiens, circuit quaerens quem devoret; cui resistite forte in fides...

    The stripping of the altars... in 2009

  • But even though we may thus say that the Holy Spirit "proceeds" (procedit) from the Father and the Son "as from one principle" (Lyons 1274: tamquam ex uno principio), we may not say that the Son is begotten by the Father and the Holy Spirit, as if it could be said that the Son is the Son of the Holy Spirit as well as the Father.

    The filioque issue narrowed

  • O mundi domina regio ex semine orta ex tuo iam Christus processit alvo tamquam sponsus de thalamo hic iacet in praesepio qui et sidera regit.

    Archive 2007-12-01

  • "Aluid bonum est quod unusquisque magis multiplicabit possessionem suam insistens ei sollicitius tamquam propriae."

    The Justice of Distributism

  • But even though we may thus say that the Holy Spirit "proceeds" (procedit) from the Father and the Son "as from one principle" (Lyons 1274: tamquam ex uno principio), we may not say that the Son is begotten by the Father and the Holy Spirit, as if it could be said that the Son is the Son of the Holy Spirit as well as the Father.

    Archive 2007-02-01

  • It is his analysis of local motion that places Kilvington among the 14th-century pioneers who considered the problem of motion with respect to its causes (tamquam penes causam), corresponding to modern dynamics, and with respect to its effects

    Richard Kilvington

  • Hiis atque aliis perplurimis gloriosissimus Christi miles tamquam luminare quod diei presidet fulgens, ad occasum naturalis cursus deueniens correptus infirmitate graui appropinquiuit.

    The Latin & Irish Lives of Ciaran Translations Of Christian Literature. Series V. Lives Of The Celtic Saints

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