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" ... of, and would be the more thankful for that revelation, which you, with an ignorant and fastidious self-sufficiency deem useless. — But, they might of themselves, if they thought fit, become wise and virtuous. — I answer with Cicero, " Ut nihil... "
Ausführliches lateinisch-deutsches und deutsch-lateinisches handwörterbuch ... - Page 217
by Karl Ernst Georges - 1880
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M. Tvllii Ciceronis Opera omnia ex recensione novissima lo: Philosophica et ...

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1816
...in sunurás malis omnes sumus, quibus vos optime consultum a diis immortalibus dicitis. Nam ut nibil interest, utrum nemo valeat, an nemo possit valere...quid intersit, utrum nemo sit sapiens, an nemo esse possit. Ac nos quidem nimis multa de re apertissima. Telamo autem uno versu locum totum con'ficit,...
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Elegant extracts, Volume 55

Elegant extracts - 1816
...and virtuous. — I answer with Cicero, Ut niiu! interest, utrum nemo valeat, an nemo valere possit ; sic non intelligo quid intersit, utrum nemo sit sapiens, an nemo esse possit. These, however, you will thick, are extraordinary extraordinary instances ; and that we ought...
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Opera rhetorica et philosophica

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1820
...assequitur ; in summis malis omnes sumus, quibus vos uptime consultum a Diis immortalibus dicitis. Nam, ut nihil interest, utrum nemo valeat, an nemo possit...quid intersit, utrum nemo sit sapiens, an nemo esse possiL Ac nos quidem nimis multa de re apertissimà. l'élan lo autem uno versu locum totum conficit,...
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Two Apologies: One for Christianity, in a Series of Letters Addressed to ...

Richard Watson - Apologetics - 1820 - 470 pages
...and virtuous. — I answer with Cicero, Ut nihil interest, utrum nemo valeat, an nemo valere possit ; sic non intelligo quid intersit, utrum nemo sit sapiens, an nemo esse possit. These, however, you will think, are extraordinary instances ; and that we ought not from these...
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A Discourse Concerning the Being and Attributes of God, the Obligations of ...

Samuel Clarke - God - 1823 - 443 pages
...assequitur ; in summis malis omnes sumus, quibus vos optime consulturn a Diis immortalibus dicitis. Nam ut nihil interest utrum nemo valeat, an nemo possit valere...quid intersit, utrum nemo sit sapiens, an nemo esse possit.— Ct'c. de Nalura Deor. lib. 3. such as that no man does, or no man can recover PROP. from...
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Elegant Extracts: Or, Useful and Entertaining Pieces of Poetry

Vicesimus Knox - English prose literature - 1824 - 788 pages
...and virtuous. — I answer with Cicero, Ut nihil interest, utrum nemo valeat, an nemo valere possit; Cas. I will rather sue to be despis'd. Drunk ! and squabble ! possit. These, however, you will think, are extraordinary instances; and that we ought not from these,...
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Oeuvres complètes de M.T. Cicéron: pub. en français, avec le ..., Volume 30

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1826
...omnes sumus, quibus vos optime consultum a dû» immortalibus dicitis. Nam ut nihii interest, ut ru m nemo valeat, an nemo possit valere : sic non intelligo, quid intersit, utrum nemo sit sa~ piens, an nemo esse possit. Ac nos quidem nimis 1 Helndorf. , disputationes. à leurs enfants,...
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Bibliothèque Latine-Française, Volume 174

1830
...in summis malis omnes sumus, quibus vos optime consultum a diis immortalibus dicitis. Nam ut nibil interest, utrum nemo valeat, an nemo possit valere...quid intersit, utrum nemo sit sapiens, an nemo esse possit. que les philosophes font du mal à ceux de leurs auditeurs qui prennent de bonnes choses dans...
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Opera: Libri rhetorici

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1830
...quibus vos optima consulturn a Diis immortalibus dicitis. [/>. 76.] Nam, ut ninil interest, ulruiii nemo valeat, an nemo possit valere;' sic, non intelligo,...quid intersit, utrum nemo sit sapiens, an nemo esse possit. Ac nos quidem nimis multa de re арегtissima. Telamo* autem uno versu locum totum conficit,...
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Bibliotheca Classica Latina sive Collectio Auctorum Classicorum ..., Volume 17

1831
...item dicituT perdilus. WYTT. Eurip. Pbcen. 1696, quum prirslo DE NATURA DEORUM, LIBER III, За. Ц-j possit valere : sic non intelligo, quid intersit, utrum nemo sit sapiens, an nemo esse possit. Ac nos quidem minis multa de re apertissima.Telamo autetn uno versu locum totum conficit ',...
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