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  • The Roman philosopher Cicero observed more than two thousand years ago, "Everything is alive; everything is interconnected!" or "Omnia vivunt, omnia inter se conexa!"

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  • [6136] Mecastor lege dura vivunt mulieres, they lock them still in their houses, which are so many prisons to them. will suffer nobody to come at them, or their wives to be seen abroad, — nec campos liceat lustrare patentes.

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  • Solitudo est causa apparitionum; nulli visionibus et hinc delirio magis obnoxii sunt quam qui collegis et eremo vivunt monachi: tales plerumque melancholici ob victum, solitudinem.

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  • Qui curios simulant et Bacchanalia vivunt, they have

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  • Venetae mulieres quae diu sub sole vivunt, aliquando melancholicae evadunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Parvo viventes laboriosi, longaevi, suo contenti, ad centum annos vivunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Victus eorum caseo et laete consistit, potus aqua et serum; pisces loco panis habent; ita multos annos saepe 250 absque medico et medicina vivunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Nemo fere aegrotus, sano omnes et robusto corpore, vivunt annos.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Islandiae descriptione victus corum butyro, lacte, caseo consistit: pisces loco panis habent, potus aqua, aut serum, sic vivunt sine medicina multa ad annos 200. 1450.

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  • Catus cum mure, duo galli simul in aede, Et glotes binae nunquam vivunt sine lite.

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