ebrius

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Qui pelago credit, magno se faenore tollit; Qui pugnas et castra petit, praecingitur auro; vilis adulator picto iacet ebrius ostro, Et qui sollicitat nuptas, adpraemia peccat: Sola pruinosis horret facundia pannis, atque inopi lingua desertas invocat artes.
The soporific effects of overindulgence in wine are kept in our minds by the exemplum, at lines 57-62, of the drunken actor Fufius who, playing the part of Iliona, fell asleep and could not be woken up in time for his part--Fufius ebrius .
171: "A Circaeis demum veluti poculis abstinentes, caveamus ne animus a sensibilibus speciebus illectus, ita sui in ipsis fixionem faciat, ut intelligibilis vitae privetur delitlis, vinoque affectuum corporeum et vulgaris authoriatatis (quae cum pulsaverit aures sine divino vel rationis lumine, non absque aeternae vitae discrimine in nobilissimum consensus nostri triclinium introducitur) ebrius, perpetuo in praesumptuoso ignorantiae domicilia titubando pernocter, ibidemque turbatae phantasiae velut insomniis exagitatus, amissis connatis alis inrelligentiac, proruar, et Protei contemplatus vultum, nunquam concinne formatam, in qua conquiescat, speciem inveniat.
Morrison last year granted the loan to McBride's company Semper Ebrius - Latin for always drunk.
13) However he adds, "Invalide ordinatur dormiens, ebrius adultus qui antea non habuerit intentionem recipiendi ordinem; qui exteriore vi rapitur ad ordinationem; qui iocando vel fabulam recitando se ordinandi praesentat.
Their regular brews are Ebrius, from the Latin for drunk, Sumus (best), Optimus (strong) and a stout called Fortus (fortitude).
Emergo laetus atque alacer insperato gaudio perfusus et: 'ecce, ianitor fidelissime, comes et pater meus et frater meus, quem nocte ebrius occisum a me calumniabaris.