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For tragedy implies some ponderable matter in dispute, some dignus vindice nodus; and this piece of work was all about the petulance of a young ass that had been spoiled, and wanted nothing so much as to be tied up and soundly belted.
Yet, the koinobiont endoparasitoid Pseudapanteles dignus (Muesebeck, 1938) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) and the idiobiont ectoparasitoid Dineulophus phthorimaeae (De Santis, 1983) (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) accomplish over 50% of natural parasitism and exhibit promising attributes for either augmentative or conservation biological control in the native range of T.
And yet amid the candles and the bell he finds, in silence and humility, signs of hope--in "Impressions numinous" amid which "Silence becomes my eagle's wings; / Kneeling, non sum dignus .
D'altra parte i cristiani potevano citare Luca (X, 7): Dignus est enim operarius mercede sua ("L'operaio ha diritto alla sua ricompensa"), e ricordare con Paolo (II, Thess.
Eupolis atque Cratinus Aristophanesque poetae atque alii quorum eomoedia prisea virorum est, si quis erat dignus deseribi quod malus ae fur, quod moeehus foret aut siearius aut alioqui famosus, multa eum libertate notabant.
The current version, "Lord, I am not worthy to receive you, but only say the word and I shall be healed," does not reflect the Latin text's clear reference to the scripture passage in which the Roman centurion asks Jesus to heal his daughter from afar, saying, "Domine, non sum dignus ut intres sub tectum meum" ("Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof).
19) "Quia non est inventus neque in caelo, neque in terra, neque subtus terram quis dignus aperire librum, et solvere septem signacula ejus, nisi ipse leo de tribu Juda; radix David, qui aperit et nemo claudit, claudit et nemo aperit, virtus et sapientia Dei"; In Matt.
drihter (sic) nam ic wyrde p du inngae domine non sum dignus ut intres under rof min sub tectum meum (Lindisfarne version).
The first half of the concert ended with a showcase of the Bridgend choir's National Eisteddfod-winning repertoire, including the a cappella setting of the motet Domine, Non Sum Dignus, sung in Welsh to Arglwydd Da, Nid Wyf Deilwng, by the 16th- century Spanish composer Tomcs Luis De Victoria.
Bremer is, by all accounts, a truly decent man: a devoted husband and father, a devout Catholic who kept framed on his desk in Baghdad the Latin inscription non sum dignus, or "I am not worthy.
30) For instance, a "frater dignus fide," who received a revelation about Angela (ch.