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Delapsae coelo flammae licet acrius urant, Has gelida exstingui non nisi morte putas Tu meliora paras victrix Medicina; tuusque, Pestis qua superat cuncta, triumphus eris. Vive liber, victis febrilibus ignibus; unus Te simul et mundum qui manet, ignis erit. J. LOCK, A. M. Ex. agreeable to observe the contentment and kindness of this quiet, benevolent man.

"Nunc," I could exclaim with Propertius. "Nunc mihi summa licet sidera contingere plantis." And that exalted strain, which was my perdition, alas, was hers also! That which followed was a very hot still night, with thunder in the Euganean hills; and Aurelia may have been lax or languid, or in my miserable person some of the summer's fire may have throbbed.

Law makers, therefore, may not enjoin quod libet, that which liketh them, nay, nor always quod licet, that which is in itself lawful, but only quod expedit, that which is expedient and good to the use of edifying.

The fascination of life in the untamed wilderness with its hair-raising experiences, its romance, its free abandon, appealed more strongly to the French temperament than to that of any other European race. Non licet omnibus adire Corinthum. And the French colonist of the seventeenth century had the qualities of personal courage and hardihood which enabled him to enjoy this life to the utmost.

Savigny, Geschichte des römischen Rechts im Mittelalter, 1834, i. 36. Quoted by Rump, ix. 72. Ep. xi. 2: Sedes illa toto orbe mirabilis licet generalis mundo sit prædita. Nov. cxxxi. c. 2: thespizomen ton hagiôtaton tês presbyteras Rhômês papan prôton einai pantôn tôn hiereôn.... gnômê kai orthê krisei tou ekeinou sebasmiou thronou katêrgêthêsan. Photius, p. 156.

But why be in such a hurry? The Herr Professors are still at Carlsbad, and are sure not to be precise about the very day." "Nay, distinguendum est inter et inter," replied the other; "quod licet Jovi, non licet bovi!" I now saw that they were students from Prague, and I conceived a great respect for them, especially as they spoke Latin like their mother-tongue.

He was urgently in need of the very mounted troops with which he made no effort to put himself in touch. Bis peccare in bello non licet. Lord Roberts could forgive once, but Colvile was superseded for having twice shown a "want of military capacity and initiative."

They used them with as much severity as they chose; they measured their treatment only by their own passion and caprice; and, by leaving them on every occasion, without the possibility of an appeal, they rendered their situation the most melancholy and intolerable, that can possibly be conceived. Diodorus Sic. Licet hoc Athenis. Plautus. Horæ. Kaka toiade paskousin oude prasin Aitousin.

He concludes in a noble strain of orthodox piety: Vita tum demum vocitanda vita est. Tum licet gratos socios habere, Seraphim et sanctos Triadem verendam Concelebrantes. Wednesday, 29th September After a very good sleep, I rose more refreshed than I had been for some nights. We were now at but a little distance from the shore, and saw the sea from our windows, which made our voyage seem nearer.

I observed to him that si licet exemplis in parvo grandibus uti. Napoleon suffered more from the bitter hostility of the faubourg St. Germain, than from the armies of the enemy; and here it is still worse, as this hostility runs out into actual, unrelenting treason. To this Mr.

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