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  • [307] The loose leaf was then removed, and a new one placed instead, in view of the year to come: "In fine vero anni non quicumque voluerit sed cui injunctum fuerit, quod verius et melius censuerit ad posteritatis notitiam transmittendum, in corpore libri succincta brevitate describat; et tunc veter scedula subtracta nova imponatur."

    A Literary History of the English People From the Origins to the Renaissance

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  • TRANSMITTENDUM, _pl._ TRANSMITTENDA or TRANSMITTENDUMS. Anything
    transmitted, or handed down from one to another.

    Students, on withdrawing from college, often leave in the room
    which they last occupied, pictures, looking-glasses, chairs, &c.,
    there to remain, and to be handed down to the latest posterity.
    Articles thus left are called _transmittenda_.

    The Great Mathematical Slate was a _transmittendum_ to the best
    mathematical scholar in each class.--_MS. note in Cat. Med. Fac.
    Soc._, 1833, p. 16.

    January 23, 2007