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  • [Footnote: Cf. the difference between "viro", man (in contrast to

    A Complete Grammar of Esperanto

  • Ave, pia humilitas, [Hail, pious humility] sine viro fecunditas, [fruitful without a man] cuius annuntiatio [whose Annuciation] nostra fuit salvatio. [brought us salvation]

    Josquin's Ave Maria

  • He made a name for himself with his suite of 51 - 54 engravings after the Raphael Loggie of the Vatican, Rome, edited and published in 1649: The frontispage reads: Nobilissimo viro dno Aegidio Renard ...

    Archive 2009-03-01

  • So while BLDGBLOG continues its fascination with Martian viro-invaders, Social Fiction has been expanding its microbial menagerie: godless ecologies simmering with selfish codes and data silently contesting for survival — fractal, pointillist, and mercilessly lethal.

    Gardens-in-a-Petri

  • Expetitia enim magis debet vider a viro quam ipsa virum expetisse.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Oper.subcis. mulieris liberius et familiarius communicantis cum omnibus licentia et immodestia, sinistri sermonis et suspicionis materiam viro praebet.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Spectandam se sine arbitro praebeat viro: which made Phidias belike at Elis paint Venus treading on a tortoise, a symbol of women's silence and housekeeping.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ideo nubere nollent ob mulierum intemperantiam, nullam servare viro fidem putabant.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ne nubat fatuo filia vestra viro, &c. Learn parents all, and by Justina's case,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Ctesias in Persicis finxit vulvae morbum esse nec curari posse nisi cum viro concumberet, hac arte voti compos, &c.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

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