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Billuart's focus on how the two effects emerged from the original act corresponds to the third criterion of Gury's second principle: "bonus effectus aeque immediate ac malus ex causa sequatur.
Et idem etiam aeque verum est de conclusione sicut de principio.
aetate non iam aptas esse ad munus Petrinum aeque administrandum.
Ea quoque medicamenta, quae oris exulcerati causa componuntur, atque aeque ulcera aurium sanant (Celsus 6.
Antiquitus enim dracones in hoc tempore excitabantur ad libidinem propter calorem et uolando per aera frequenter spermatizabant puteos et tbntes, ex quo inficebantur aeque, et tunc erat annus letalis, quia quicumque inde bibebant, aut moriebantur aut grauem morbus patiebantur.
531: "Pseudolus comoedia festivissima"; "Pseudoli argumentum est varium, & plane mirificum"; "Quam Pseudolo sua Plautus gavisus fuerit, nescio: hoc scio, nullam me ex Poetae illius Comoediis iampridem aeque lubentem pelligisse, neque animo unde defaecatione me discessisse existimem.
Trimalchio] omnesque nos unxit et: 'Spero, inquit, futurum ut aeque me mortuum iuvet tamquam vivum [.
Nulla est enim haeresis quae non ab aliis haereticis impugnetur, nulla philosophiae secularis secta quae ab aliis aeque stultae philosophiae sectis mendacii redarguatur.
Numquam hercule aeque mihi beatus videor, ac Menaechmum cum lego, ita pariter & lepore simul & varietate delectat.
YOUNGER MORTIMER A lofty cedar tree, fair flourishing, On whose top branches kingly eagles perch, And by the bark a canker creeps me up, And gets unto the highest bough of all; The motto, AEque tandem [equally at length].
The paper presented by Dominique Deslandres of the Universite de Montreal, entitled, "Exemplo aeque ut verbo: the French Jesuits' Missionary World" was apparently the only one presented by a Canadian academic, and the only one that dealt with missions in France or with activity in North America.
Passages where pilus is used of human head-hair are uncommon, and, like Phaedrus v, vi (99), 2 ('accessit alter aeque defectus pilis', of a human calvus), may be influenced by humorous intent, or by an implicit or explicit comparison to the coats of animals; cf.