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She serves on the boards of Mersana, Cydan, Vtesse and Therachon, and as a board observer for Loxo Oncology (LOXO), Ziarco, and Clementia.
34) A similar comparison in political terms can be found in Seneca, who asks in what way the rule of a cruel tyrant differs from the anarchy of wild beasts (De clementia 1.
In 1767, the larger Latin play was Clementia Croesi by Rufinus Widl.
12 Samogitia is shown in the map Borussia-Lithuania-Russia by Homann Heirs (Potentissimo Borussorum Regi Friderico Wilhelmo Maiestate, Fortitudine Clementia Augustissimo Hancce Maiestate, Fortitudine Clementia Augustissimo Hancce Lithuaniam Borussicam: in qua luca coloniis Salisburg.
Guiscardo, in vero la clementia mia e la benignita ch'io t'ho mostrata non meritava tanta vilania quanto tu hai nella mia casa usata, ne cotal cosa mai creduto haria s'io non l'havesse con li ochij guardata.
Further, she became associated with Clementia Taylor and Mary Estlin, important British national activists in the women's suffrage movement.
Yn 1949 gadawodd teulu Clementia Faimali eu cartref yn yr Eidal, ac ymgartrefu, mewn hen dy Cymreig, yn Gaiman
She is no "oracle," as she tells her feminist friend Clementia Taylor, in 1867 (Letters, IV:366).
JOHN CALVIN, CALVIN'S COMMENTARY ON SENECA'S DE CLEMENTIA 139 (Ford Lewis Battles & Andre Malan Hugo eds.
Even the Stoic emotionless clementia of superior mercy acquired in Christian usage and later in the Romance languages the component of compassion, taking it over from misericordia.
In his De clementia a willful people needs a rational ruler whose virtus enables him so to govern that violence becomes unnecessary and his people can be happy.