malignus

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Nam Ceolredum, precessorem venerande celsitudinis tuae, ut testate sunt qui presentes fuerant apud comites suos splendide epulantem malignus spiritus, qui eum ad fiduciam dampnande legis Dei suandendo pellexit, peccantem subito in insaniam mentis convertit, ut sine penitentia et confessione furibundus et amens et cum diabolis sermocinans et Dei sacerdotes abhominans de hac luce sine dubio ad tormenta inferni migravit.
Paris: Cerf, 1978], 2:173): "et malignus spiritus eundem padetem, qui aedificabatur, euertit, atque unum puerulum monachum .
The Psalmist's discourse emphasizes dichotomies between different moral types that are commonplaces in Lollard ethical and polemical texts and especially in the Huntington catena: the faithless versus the faithful man; vir malignus versus Beatus vir; the unjust versus the just; and the rich versus the poor, these economic categories being elided in Lollard thought with the moral antithesis of unrighteousness versus righteousness.
Absit a iocorum nostrorum simplicitate malignus interpres nec epigrammata mea scribat: inprobe facit qui in alieno libro ingeniosus est.
Qui contempta ueritate presumit consuetudinem sequi, aut circa fratres inuidus est et malignus, quibus ueritas reuelatur, aut circa Deum ingratus est, inspiratione cuius ecclesia eius instruitur.
If Coleridge had attempted to restore philosophical certainty to the epistemological process by grounding human consciousness in the divine, Poe would be unwilling to disregard the possibility, worthy of Descartes' genius malignus, that the universe might be no more than an elaborate joke at the expense of humanity's desire for knowledge.
Sed cum tale nefas gestiret mente malignus Nec tamen insontem posset pervertere fallax Virginis aut fibras caecis incendere flammis, Nititur egregiam magicis maculare venenis.
Sunt etiam et apocrypha in malam partem vt magiae maleficae artes et haereticorum periergiae, quarum et malignus spiritus author est.
1132) similarly equates the |volucres' with |daemonia', and warns: |Cavete ne semen juxta viam cadat, ne malignus spiritus veniat.