patientia


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Antiinfiammatory effect of the aqueous extract from Rumex patientia L.
et ideo patientia et perseverantia valde nobis necessaria est, ut in bono, quod per Dei gratiam recte inchoavimus constanter usque in finem perseveremus.
Diacon AH, Patientia R, Venter A, van Helden PD, Smith PJ, McIlleron H, et al.
The nearly one hundred documenti (delivered by the figura docens) are organized according to twelve allegorical female characters: Docilitas, Industria, Constantia, Discretio, Patientia, Spes, Prudentia, Gloria, Iustitia, Innocentia, Gratitudo and Etternitas.
Et multum de ipsius patientia et sapientia revelavit: quae cognovimus esse vera.
Measurements of the glutathione peroxidase (GSH-Px) and the superoxide dismutase (SOD) activities of liver and red blood cells (RBC) of aqueous extract from Rumex patientia (Polygonaceae) administered to rats showed that there was an increase in GSH-Px and SOD activities when compared to the control (Cetinkaya et al.
205v, "Socrates ipse, qui, diximus, duas eodem tempore uxores accepit, qui cum omnium incuriosi tractarent et hac de re ab amicis obiurgaretur quod nimia eius patientia mulieres abuterentur, rendere solebat hanc sibi viam optimam esse ad philosophiae exercitationem: sic eum consuescere ad tolerandas fores contumelias si prius domi perferre didicisset.
12) The combatants include not only abstractions but also figures of biblical history: Job accompanies Patientia into battle (163--71); Mens Humilis cites David, slayer of Goliath, as one of her champions (291--301); Pudicitia recalls that Judith has already done battle with Libido (58--65), and she cites the Incarnation as a decisive stage in the battle with lust, for since a virgin bore a child the flesh has lost its primaeval nature and become divine (71--81).
Moryson has a small selection of proverbs for the traveler, taken from John Florio's popular textbook, the Second Frutes (London: Woodcock, 1591): "Se vuoi esser viandante et andar salvo per il mondo, habbi sempre et in ogni luoco occhio di falcone per veder lontano, orecchie d'asino per udir bene, viso di [s]cimia per esser pronto al riso, bocca di porcello per mangiar del tutto, spalle di camelo per portar ogni cosa con patientia, e gambe di cervo per poter fuggire i pericoli" (p.
Also Cavalca's "Lo libro della patientia / La medicina del cuore" (Treatise on Suffering; or The Medicine of the Heart), 17v (ch.
135a), here recorded in the proverbial form Patientia vincit omnia, was identified by Anna Baldwin in the S.
Suleyman H, Demirezer LO, Kuruuzum A, Banoglu ZN, Gocer F, Ozbakir G, Gepdiremen A (1999) Antiinflammatory effect of the aqueous extract from Rumex patientia L.

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