Miscellanea maximam partem critica, Volume 1

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Friedrich Traugott Friedemann, Joachim Dietrich Gottfried Seebode
apud I.D. Gerstenbergium, 1822 - Classical literature

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Page 581 - Than wishest should be undone. Hie thee hither, That I may pour my spirits in thine ear; And chastise with the valour of my tongue All that impedes thee from the golden round, Which fate and metaphysical aid doth seem To have thee crown'd withal.
Page 577 - Every complete verb is expressive of an attribute ; of time ; and of an assertion. Now if we take away the assertion, and thus destroy the verb, there will remain the attribute and the time, which, make the essence of a participle. Thus take away the assertion from the verb !>*$«, writeth, and there remains the participle Tpaifcov, writing, which (without the assertion) denotes the same attribute and the same time.
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Page 426 - Es bedarf nur der leichtesten Berührung mit den Fingerspitzen, um den Umwälzungen der Dinge ihre Bahnen, dem Mächtigern seine Schranken vorzuschreiben. Es ist die leichteste Arbeit von weiblichen Händen, wodurch der geheimnisvolle Umlauf der Dinge gelenkt wird.
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Page 633 - Canscha, signifies the object of our most ardent wishes. " Om, is the famous monosyllable used both at the beginning and conclusion of a prayer, or any religious rite, like amen. " Pacsha, exactly answers to the obsolete Latin word vix, it...
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Page 632 - Brahmens at the conclusion of religious rites. They are thus written in the language of the gods, as the...

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