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Hoc enim efTe Spiraculum vit4 quod Deus inlpirafle homini de terra formato legitur* Spiritum (inquani) fandum illi exidimant appeUari iilum Dei aHiatumi qui divinam in nobis fimilitadinera efficertrt.
Spiraculum, Tulh i'r aKcr i dhy - vod alhan, tulh yr auel, tulh y Suynt; Tulh y del auel adiiythig alhan o bono, dryjuynt daiar.
Archaeologia Britannica, giving some account additional to what has been hitherto publish'd, of the languages, histories and customs of the original inhabitants of Great Britain: : from collections and observations in travels through Wales, Cornwal, Bas-Bretagne, Ireland and Scotland.
"Spiraculum Tubarum seu Fons Spiritualium Expositionum," published
"What sort of substance it must be, that could be so impelled and ignited at the same time; there being no Vulcano or other Spiraculum of subterraneous fire in the northeast parts of the world, that we ever yet heard of, from whence it might be projected.