ebrius

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Francis of Assisi that when Francis received the "sweet taste of the immaculate Lamb," he became "as though inebriated in spirit" (quasi spiritu ebrius) and "rapted out of himself in ecstasy" (rapiebatur excessu).
Ebrius also contributed to many discussions of the paper.
En dicha traduccion el epigrama culminaba con el verso: Suave merum, hinc Stygias ebrius hausit aquas (59) ("dulce vino puro, en adelante, Estigia, borracho bebere tus aguas").
solus: aqua totiens ebrius esse potes; nec consessorum vicina nomismata tantum,
1.32.2: sed quamvis libidine ebrius, somno gravis, in hac tamen parte resipuit Antonius, ut tales viros et potentissimos reges, pro imperio petulantissimae mulieris exstringuere detrectaret as well as the similar imagery at Verg.
Qui pelago credit, magno se faenore tollit; Qui pugnas et castra petit, praecingitur auro; vilis adulator picto iacet ebrius ostro, Et qui sollicitat nuptas, adpraemia peccat: Sola pruinosis horret facundia pannis, atque inopi lingua desertas invocat artes.
Buena salvo el cura mucho mal insenssatus ebrius continuus et lusor et devastador et ultra nudam et multa que contra el falle segun por la pesquisa falle que fise inquisicion contra el e dy carta contra el fasta noventa dias de treynta en treynta dias pareciese ente mi personalmente para ver e saber su ydoneyda e habilidad e inhabilidad".
The soporific effects of overindulgence in wine are kept in our minds by the exemplum, at lines 57-62, of the drunken actor Fufius who, playing the part of Iliona, fell asleep and could not be woken up in time for his part--Fufius ebrius ...
[II.2] Qui cogit aliquem humanitatis gratia ut inebriatur, similiter ut ebrius peniteat.
"Ebrius (3.7pc ABV) is Latin for `drunk' and our Fortis full-bodied stout (4.4pc ABV) comes directly from the Latin, `stout' or `strong'.
Morrison last year granted the loan to McBride's company Semper Ebrius - Latin for always drunk.
Est doctrine communist" (12) Diekamp 414: "Infantibus usu rationis carentibus omnes ordines valide conferri possum." (13) However he adds, "Invalide ordinatur dormiens, ebrius adultus qui antea non habuerit intentionem recipiendi ordinem; qui exteriore vi rapitur ad ordinationem; qui iocando vel fabulam recitando se ordinandi praesentat." (14) Bucceroni 574.