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Ideo tu, lector, lente folias versa, longe a literis digitos tene; quia sicut grando fecunditatem telluris tollit, sic lector inutilis scripturam et librum evertit Nam, quam suabis est navigantibus portum extremum, ita est scriptoris novissimus versus.
Une justice rendue par un Doge evanescent, rex inutilis, qui, a bien des egards, evoque un Ponce Pilate impuissant et sans doute complaisant.
Legislator statuit quod in causis <<de consensus defectu propter mentis morbum iudex unius periti vel plurium opera utatur, nisi ex adiunctis inutilis evidenter appareat>> (can.
Le but des travaux est de dissocier ces deux usages en installant un nouveau rseau de distribution d~eau de ville DN 150 mm en remplacement d~un rseau d~eau surpresse aujourd~hui inutilis. Le rseau d~eau de ville actuel sera ddi la dfense incendie.
Produced during a relatively young dynasty that owed its existence to the deposition of King Richard II, the genealogical roll endorses the beginnings of the House of Lancaster though descriptions of mythical depositions and the portrayal of both the desired model of a 'just' king and his opposite, the tyrant who abuses his power or rex inutilis, an incompetent leader.
(40) <<Esset valde inutilis et periculosa irritatio in foro contentioso defectu solemnitatis, si non valeret in foro conscientiae.
Prorsus inutilis ad praxium (31/10/2004) Totalmente inutil para la practica, definicion escolastica de la filosofia.
Gellius describes dialectics as 'forbidding and contemptible, as well as disagreeable and useless' (16,8,16 taetra et aspernabilis insuauisque et inutilis); it is to be learned with great caution, and only by 'little tastes' (libamenta).
Heroides 4.7-8--ter tecum conata loqui ter inutilis haesit / lingua, ter in primo destitit ore sonus (Three times I was trying to speak with you; three times my tongue was jammed without being of use to me; three times the sound stopped on the tip of my tongue)--alludes to this tradition of Phaedra's silence, which appears not only in Euripides' second version but also in Sophocles' play on the same subject.