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19) In Margins of Philosophy, he explains that the Latin verb differre has two distinct meanings: to defer and to differ.
Vel ex hoc, quod argument based on literary style praeter Juvenalis morem brevior that is clear, and there is also existat, nec enim imperiti differre Juvenal's wondrous gravitas, which putant Gualterii carmen a is completely absent from that Virgiliano, quandoquidem utrunque satire, something that goes sex pedibus incedit.
lt;L differre differ dilly unusual queer, crazy <daft+silly v.
Et hoc idem voluit per senarium dierum differre, ut in perfectione numeri simul osterfderetur perfectio universi.
Nam monasteria illa, que seraphica caritate ardebant in austeritate et oratione et continuis lachrymarum gemitibus et opere manuum et exercitatione virtutum, facta sunt ociositate et litigiis et tot imperfectionibus et defectibus plena ex tunc, quod quantum in sanctitate institutores regularum, illarum differunt, tantum videtur differre observantia earumdem.
Castro, 34: "Tunc denique plane intelligas, nullam viris partem inesse, quae in mulieribus non sit, tantumque positione differre, et magnitudine.