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" Nimirum recte ; propter virtutem enim iure laudamur et in virtute recte gloriamur, quod non contingeret, si id donum a deo non a nobis haberemus. "
D. Junii Juvenalis satiræ xiii. Thirteen satires of Juvenal. The Lat. text ... - Page 179
by Juvenal - 1878
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The Essays of Montaigne, Volume 2

Michel de Montaigne - 1877
...given him life, but that to live well is his own ;_ conformably with this other, " In virtute vere gloriamur ; quod non contingeret, si id donum a Deo, non a nobis, haberemus ; "5 thig^ia. also Seneca's saying, " That the wise man has fortitude equal with God ; but in human...
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Essays, tr. by C. Cotton, with some account of the life of ..., Volume 2

Michel Eyquem de Montaigne - 1877
...has given him life, but that to live well is his own ; conformably with this other, " In virtute vere gloriamur ; quod non contingeret, si id donum a Deo, non a nobis, haberemus ; " 5 this is also Seneca's saying, " That the wise man has fortitude equal with God ; but in human...
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Traité des études, Volume 1

Charles Rollin - Education - 1877
...Cicéron ; mais ils n'avaient recours qu'à eux-mêmes pour se procurer la vertu et la sagesse : Judicium hoc omnium mortalium est ,fortunam a Deo petendam, a se ipso sumendam esse sapien/iam ' . Ils étaient fort fidèles à leur rendre grâces des autres biens : mais, persuadés...
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Thirteen satires of Juvenal, Volume 2

Juvenal - Rome - 1878
...nimirum recte; propter virtutem enim iure laudamur et in virtute recte gloriamur : quod non contingent, si id donum a deo, non a nobis haberemus indicium...esse sapientiam. id. Cat. mai. § 4. Ног. ер. 1 18 111 — 2 sed satis est orare loyem, qui ponit et aufert, \ det vitam, det opes; aequum mi animum...
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M. Tullii Ciceronis Scripta quae manserunt omnia, Volume 1, Part 1

Marcus Tullius Cicero - Oratory, Ancient - 1878
...habere; virtutem autem 87 nemo umquam acceptam deo rettulit. Nimirum recte; propter virtutem enim iure laudamur et in virtute recte gloriamur; quod non contingeret, si id donum a deo, s non a nobis haberemus. At vero aut honoribus ancti aut re familiari, aut si aliud quippiam nacti...
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Specimens of Roman Literature: Passages Illustrative of Roman Thought and Style

Charles Thomas Cruttwell, Peake Banton - Latin literature - 1879 - 665 pages
...God. I 20 SPECIMENS OF ROMAN LITERATURE. aeceptam retnlit. Nimirum recte ; propter virtufcem enim inre laudamur et in virtute recte gloriamur. Quod non contingeret, si id donum a Deo, non a nobis haberemus. At vero aut honoribus ancti, aut re familiar!, aut si aliud quippiam nacti sunms fortuit! boni aut...
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Ausführliche Grammatik der lateinischen Sprache, Volume 2, Issue 2

Raphael Kühner - Latin language - 1879
...Tuse. 1. 45, 108 in Hyrcania plebs públicos alit canes, optimates domésticos. ND. 3. 36, 88 judicium hoc omnium mortalium est: fortunam a deo petendam, a se ipso sumendam esse sapientiam. Ac. 2. 5, 15 Plato reliquit perfectissimam disciplinan), Peripatéticos et Académicos, nominibus différentes,...
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M. Tullii Ciceronis De natura deorum: De divinatione, De fato

Marcus Tullius Cicero - 1879 - 270 pages
...quidem Delio hostiam immolare voluit, ne aram sanguine aspergeret. Ad rem autem ut redeam, indieinm hoe omnium mortalium est, fortunam a deo petendam, a se ipso sumendam esse sapientiam. Quamvis lieet Menti delubra et Virtuti et Fidei eonseeremus, tamen haee in nobis ipsis sita videmus...
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Latin versions of Passages for translation into Latin prose. (For the use of ...

Alexander William Potts - Latin language - 1880 - 55 pages
...habere : virtutem autem nemo unquam acceptam deo retulit. Nimirum recte: propter virtutem enim iure laudamur, et in virtute recte gloriamur : quod non...contingeret si id donum a deo, non a nobis haberemus. At vero aut honoribus aucti aut re familiari aut si aliud quidpiam nacti sumus fortuiti boni aut depulimus...
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The Hulsean lectures for M.DCCXLV and M.DCCCXLVI.

Richard Chenevix Trench (abp. of Dublin.) - 1880
...me into captivity to the law of sin Deo retulit. Nimirum recte, propter virtutem enim jure landamur, et in virtute recte gloriamur. Quod non contingeret, si id donum a Deo, non a nobis haberemus. . . . Nam quis, quod vir bonus esset, gratias Diit egit unqiiam ? At quod dives, quod honoratus, quod...
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