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The Latin expression "falsus in uno, falsus in omnibus" means, if one thing is wrong, the whole thing is wrong--or, at least if one thing is wrong, what else might be wrong?
gossypiana (Hood) (261), Chirothrips falsus Priesner (199), Microcephalothrips abdominalis Crawford (168), accounted for 94.
Ergo, heresis erit assensus falsus contra veritatem fidei": Boureau, Le pape et les sorciers, 43 (f.
forms of impeachment rests on the (unnecessarily Latin) phrase falsus in
esset, iam ex sola antiquitate nimirum oppressa fuisset; falsus enim rumor cito opprimitur.
3 (26:284): "Into nullum potest ease objectum ita fictum et impossibile, quin conceptus illius ut sic verus sit, ut concepus chymerae, vel hippocentauri, etiamsi dici possit falsus conceptus veri aut possibilis animalis, tamen respectu chymerae, vel hippocentauri est verus conceptus ejus.
But Patterson gives us a very large target, and the tendency of the close-reading critic to reach for that potent Latin legal tag falsus in partibus, falsus in toto can, to speak frankly (and perhaps predicting one of my reactions to the book), make its appearance here.
Hellmuthia is resolved in the DNA phylogeny among the Ficinia clade and closely related to Scirpus falsus and S.
He further 'declared that he would willingly call the mayor a falsus scurro vel harelot.
Phalaris licet imperet ut sis falsus et admoto dictet periuria tauro, summum crede nefas animam praeferre pudori, et propter vitam vivendi perdere causas.
73; ct "Objectum ergo intellectus sunt Deus, creaturae, universalia, singularia, res spirituales, materiales, entia, non entia, substantia, accidens, entia realia, et rationis: quando enim dicimus, Chimaera est ens rationis; hippocervus est impossibilis, aut aliquid huiusmodi, objectum aliquod apprehendimus, de quo hoc affirmamus, sed illud objectum non est quid reale et possibile, tunc enim actus esset falsus, ergo concipimus aliquid impossibile; ergo res etiam impossibiles sunt objectum nostri intellectus.