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Exequi metu mortis actionem immediate damnificativam, ut evertere muros, perfodere parietes, pecunias, mobilia alia arripere, ejicere per fenestram, percora stabulis abigere, ignem in acervum injicere, etc.
He withdrew, therefore, to a place in the neighborhood where for three days in sackcloth and ashes, continuously fasting and praying, he beseeched Our Lord that the temple that human hands had failed to demolish might be destroyed by divine power (quia templum illud evertere humana manus non potuisset, virtus illud divina dirveret).