exire

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And therefore, whensoever it cometh to that pass, that one saith, Ecce in deserto, another saith, Ecce in penetralibus; that is, when some men seek Christ, in the conventicles of heretics, and others, in an outward face of a church, that voice had need continually to sound in men's ears, Nolite exire, - Go not out.
Sabrina, 23, a University of Wales, Newport, graduate now based in Birmingham, mixed masculine shapes with feminine fabrics for her mainly black collection of sheer tunics and tight black pants entitled De Vita Exire - Leave This Life.
115,1 quasi cupientis exire beluae gemitum: Die Furcht vor einem gefahrlichen Raubtier (oder gar Seeungeheuer?
Annie Jaubert [Paris: Cerf, 1960], 348): "Deus dicitur permittere, immo et incitare propemodum adversarias virtutes exire adversum nos in proelium.
Though exit as a verb of motion seems to cohere with serpit in 102, its metaphorical force here is unclear; exire in in Ovid normally means 'emerge into', as at Amores 3.
24-28, 76-80, 85-93, 96-97): "Omnia qui mecum mea porto dixerat, auri / nil tulit aut gemmae, sed veri conscia secum / mens secreta boni penirus gaudebat, et omnem / contemnens sorrem, vacuis exire Prienen / libera et erectis humeris.
Born in Winterville, Maine she was the daughter of Albert and Exire (Soucy) Emond.
The unique oversized oval shaped wristwatches can contain up to 26,5ct of EXIRE diamonds, revealing an exceptional brilliancy and beauty.
26) villain emi et necesse habeo exire et videre illam.
Nemini autem sanctimonialium liceat, post professionem exire a monasterio, etiam ad breve tempus, quocumque praetextu, nisi ex aliqua legitima causa, ab episcopo approbanda, indultis quibuscumque et privilegiis non obstantibus.
Abbatinus de Aretio avisat dominum quod maior pars hominum civitatis Aretii, idest principaliores et potentiores, permaxime cupiunt exire subiectionem Florentinorum et habere statum liberiorem et eis gratiorem, non quod querant aut velint subici domino nostro duci; immo id nolunt ullatenus, sed vellent habere unum ex illis de Petramalla qui antiquitus habuerunt dominium predicte civitatis Aretii, ut pote Malatestam existentem apud dominum, quem reciperent libenter in dominum.