inimicitia

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97) may have spent two periods in Iberia, his second spell again at the expense of Marius which could have been the source of inimicitia between them.
12) Propter istos enim persecutiones et inimicitias et maledictiones multorum populorum patior et aecclesia Christi impedimentum fidei et doctrinae recte sustinet.
8v, "Quotiens, inquam, gravissimas inimicitias sustulir, acerrima odia sedavit, pernitiosissima bella restrinxit hac coniugali copula.
For the section on arsonists, the landdrost goes on to quote the Latin text of the following section of the Digest verbatim (I retain the punctuation in the text): incendiarii capite puniuntur, qui ob inimicitias, vel praedae causa, intra oppidum, et plerumque vivi exuruntur, followed by a translation: 'brandstigters werden aan den galge gestraft, die uijt vijandschap of uijt oorsaak van roof, binne een plek brandstigten, en se worden gemeenlijk levendig verbrand.
40 Followers of Terence: "Ecce adest [Hadrianus] Musarum, et eloquentiae totiusque nitoris hostis acerrimus, qui litteratis omnibus, inimicitias minitaretur, quoniam ut ipse dictitabat, 'Terentiani' essent.