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From the less digressive Pseudodoxia, the entry "Of Frogges, Toades, and Toad-stone" states the problem to be addressed in that section and commences with quoted and untranslated authority: "That a Toad pisseth, and this way diffuseth its venome, is generally received, not onely with us, but also in other parts; for so hath Scaliger observed in his Comment, Aversum urinam reddere ob oculos persecutoris perniciosam ruricolis persuasum est; and Mathiolus hath also a passage, that a Toad communicates its venom, not onely by urine, but by the humidity and slaver of its mouth" (209).
Exhilaratus ego non tantum quia praedam videbam, sed etiam quod fortuna me turpissima suspicione dimiserat, negavi circuitu agendum, sed plane iure civili dimicandum, ut si nollet alienam rem domino reddere, ad interdictum veniret.
51) Musculus, Loci communes, 571: "Vovere non licet nisi Deo soli : iurare vero possumus homini, illlique; nos iureiurando reddere obstrictos.
As for the prefix re-, this can be seen clearly not only in reddere or redire, butin the words which also make use of-sc-.
Cur dextrae iungere dextram/ non datur ac veras audire et reddere voces?
Instead it becomes imperative to direct our thinking and translation theory as well as practice outward, in the spirit of Cicero's notions of explicare, reddere, and exprimere imitando, which are identified by Robinson (1997:184-185) as providing a decidedly outward impetus.
negligentia qui omnium suorum Where does such silence come from, operum in prooemiis tam curiosas especially in an orator who is so cur ea scribat reddere solet loquacious?
Qui libertates solitas tibi dempserat omnes, Nunc redit et plures reddere promptus eas.
reddere 'give up' X prendere 'seize' [right arrow] Vulg.
Hoc quidem tarn verum est ut, si talis condicio mutari potest quoad 'structurarum' et institutorum formas vi legis aut--uti saepius, pro dolor, evenit--lege potentiae, immutatio reapse imperfecta esse appareat, brevis et ad summam vana atque inanis--ne dicamus eam in contrarium agere--nisi homines convertuntur, qui directo aut oblique condicionis eiusmodi rationem reddere debent.
Talibus obstupuit dictis, rex atque patenti Nulla dedit responsa viro; sed voce superba Tandem est affatus: "Vestro capta oppida regi Non animus nobis nec reddere dona quotannis.
In this connection he points out to his colleagues that "the presence of seven people is required to make a council valid in law" (septenarium reddere legitimum concilium).