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  • All the Marilyns were based on a single, cropped, open-mouthed, glossily-lipsticked ad vivum publicity photograph, but straight away Andy began the process of boiling down the image still further.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • He divides the water in the form of Cross with his hand, then makes the sign of the Cross over the font three times, at the words “per Deum vivum, per Deum verum, per Deum sanctum”.

    Compendium of the 1955 Holy Week Revisions of Pius XII: Part 6.2 - Holy Saturday and the Blessing of the Font, Litany of the Saints, Mass and Vespers

  • “Omne vivum ex ovo,” your sister whisper-moaned, until your ears spilled the taste of Daddy's deep-fried mistake.

    Patricide: A Romance

  • Sitivit anima mea ad Deum, Deum vivum; quando veniam et apparebo ante faciem Dei?

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  • They were written ad vivum, as it were, not from worked-up notes or embellished recollections.

    Travels through France and Italy

  • Etiam ex volatili coeli septena, masculum et foemellam: ut vivum conservetur semen in superficie omnis terrae.

    Commentary on Genesis - Volume 1

  • HENRY MORE, from a Portrait by DAVID LOGGAN, engraved ad vivum, 1679. works he was favourably impressed with his views, though without entirely agreeing with him on all points; but later the difference became accentuated.

    Bygone Beliefs

  • Despite this reassuring formula, however, Harvey did not categorically aban - don spontaneous generation, for his rather vague un - derstanding of both “ovum” and “omne vivum” pre - vented him from breaking with the still current belief in the rise of certain lower forms of life from putrefac - tion.

    SPONTANEOUS GENERATION

  • From numerous experiments on the mechanics of reproduction in various animal species, he drew conclusions epitomized by the celebrated dictum: Omne vivum ex ovo.

    SPONTANEOUS GENERATION

  • Nevertheless, for viruses too, omnium vivum ex vivo.

    GENETIC CONTINUITY

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