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  • Or of timor, that is dread, and theos, a word of Greek, which is deus in Latin and God in English, as the dread of God.

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  • To everyone in america if you can get your hands on it I thoroughly recommend Balibo a great australian film about a group of journalists captured during the indonesian invasion of east timor, great film making, definitely worth a look.

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  • ALEGRIA nebe ita hetan iha tinan 10 liu ba ne ALEGRIA ida BOOT tebes ba ita timor oan hotu (mas iha 21,5%triste).

    Global Voices in English » East Timor: “Happy Day” of freedom vote

  • Ohin loron, loron ALEGRIA nian ba timor oan hotu. iha loron ida ne'e ita sei hanoin fila fali tinan sanulu liuba (30 de Agosto de 1999) nebe ita hotu decidi atu liberta ita nia nação husi ocupação indonésio.

    Global Voices in English » East Timor: “Happy Day” of freedom vote

  • September 23, 2009 anyways, what's your position on east timor

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  • That poem's famous refrain, "timor mortis conturbat me" "fear of death confounds me", turns Dunbar's grief for the lost poets with poignant candour towards himself.

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  • Hence the common maxim, Primus in orbe deos fecit timor.

    On the Sublime and Beautiful

  • Si signa circa ventriculum non apparent nec sanguis male affectus, et adsunt timor et maestitia, cerebrum ipsum existimandum est, &c. 2623.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Solet timor, prae omnibus affectibus, fortes imaginationes gignere, post amor, &c. l.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Mentem eripit timor hic; vultum, totumque corporis habitum immutat, etiam in deliciis, in tripudiis, in symposiis, in amplexu conjugis carnificinam exercet, lib.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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  • Timor = fear (Oxford English Dictionary).

    October 26, 2014