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  • Multa sunt enim quae me solicitant et angunt, quae mihi videor aurestuas nactus, unius ambulationis sermone exhaurire posse.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • But as Demeo told him, tu illum corrumpi sinis, your lenity will be his undoing, praevidere videor jam diem, illum, quum hic egens profugiet aliquo militatum, I foresee his ruin.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Lucian after such conference, Hecates somniare mihi videor, I can think of nothing but hobgoblins: and as Tully notes, [3394] for the most part our speeches in the daytime cause our fantasy to work upon the like in our sleep, which Ennius writes of

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • [5312] Calisto was at Malebaeas 'presence, Quis unquam hac mortali vita, tam gloriosum corpus vidit? humanitatem transcendere videor., &c. who ever saw so glorious a sight, what man ever enjoyed such delight?

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Praeceptis philosophiae confirmatus adversus omnem fortunae vim, et te consecrata in coelumque recepta, tanta affectus laetitia sum ac voluptate, quantam animo capere possum, ac exultare plane mihi videor, victorque de omni dolore et fortuna triumphare.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Egomet videor mihi sanus, I am well, I am wise, and laughs at others.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • THe WH correspondents dinner is at CSPAN complete with the Videorgy aka Seemy-Side Showcase of the Vanities, by which I mean people making their entries obviously preoccupied with being seen in latin seem = the passive form of the verb to see: videor, videari.

    Firedoglake » Enough With The Note

  • The announcement of the candidate criterion is carefully tinged with caution (videor), as the C&D Rule has yet to be subjected to hyperbolic doubt.

    Descartes' Epistemology

  • He tentatively formulates the following candidate for a truth criterion: “I now seem [videor] to be able to lay it down as a general rule that whatever I perceive very clearly and distinctly is true”

    Descartes' Epistemology

  • Where two or more Pronouns occur in the same sentence, the Latin is fond of putting them in close proximity; as, -- nisi forte ego vōbīs cessāre videor, _unless perchance I seem to you to be doing nothing_.

    New Latin Grammar

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