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  • In hunc ergo ortum uirtutum floribus decoratum, pia Dei genitrix ad deliciandum libenter progressa, exstirpauit uiciorum germina, plantans uirtutum semina, rigando fecundauit interiora cordium, perfundendo ea profusiori ymbre graciarum, stillante indesinenter Dei munere super terram.

    Sensual Encounters: Monastic Women and Spirituality in Medieval Germany

  • Forma est vitalis fulgor ex ipso bono manans per ideas, semina, rationes, umbras effusus, animos excitans ut per bonum in unum redigantur.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • [5636] Opprime dum nova sunt subiti mala semina morbi,

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Sodomia; officinae horum alicubi apud Turcas, — qui saxis semina mandant — arenas arantes; et frequentes querelae, etiam inter ipsos conjuges hac de re, quae virorum concubitum illicitum calceo in oppositam partem verso magistratui indicant; nullum apud Italos familiare magis peccatum, qui et post [4698] Lucianum et [4699] Tatium, scriptis voluminibis defendunt.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • The varied activity of such special atoms, or semina rerum, gives rise to a differential dynamism in matter (of purely materialist nature), allowing for special organic structures, as well as growth of crystals.

    Pierre Gassendi

  • The variant AGER (_TM2I2_) for _amor_ was clearly induced by such passages as Tib II vi 21-22 'spes sulcis credit aratis/semina quae magno _faenore_ reddat _ager_', _RA_ 173-74 'obrue uersata Cerealia semina terra,/quae tibi cum multo _faenore_ reddat _ager_', and _EP_ I

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • _Fast_ VI 5-6 'est deus in nobis; agitante calescimus illo:/impetus hic sacrae semina mentis habet'.

    The Last Poems of Ovid

  • _ The passage about the Lydian chariot is said to be by Pindar in our author, "Nicias," p. 523 D. [442] Wyttenbach compares Seneca, "Epist." cxxiii.p. 495: "Horum sermo multum nocet: nam etiamsi non statim officit, semina in animo relinquit, sequiturque nos etiam cum ab illis discesserimus, resurrecturum postea malum."

    Plutarch's Morals

  • If $400.00 of this could be given to a man who would come here and make, say, a dozen lectures and meet men in semina ways; and then, if $100.00 could be made as a prize for the best bit of research work in small fields at first-I mean small as to area-the matter could get itself tried out, though on somewhat too meager a basis.

    Board of Visitors minutes

  • The example of the former is buono: suono; of the sdrucciola is femina: semina.

    The Defense of Poesy

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