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11) This suffering was essential to redemption, according to Northbrooke, and it had real effects in and on hell: "the efficacie, virtue, and power of his death and passion, did pearce through and into the verie hell it self, by his diuine power and godheade: that all the damned soules, felt their full paine, and iuste damnation for their infidelitie: and Sathan hym self, felt all the power, and strength of his tyrannie, and darknesse, was weakened, vanquished, and fallen.
16) '[thorn]ao Duke comes of so gret arey To iuste and to tornay (SD: 865-866)
40) More, 1995, 101: "Quamquam profecto, mi More (ut eta vere dicam quae meus animus fert), mihi videtur ubicumque privatae sunt possessiones, ubi omnes omnia pecuniis metiuntur, ibi vix umquam posse fieri ut cum republica aut iuste agatur aut prospere, nisi vel ibi sentias agi iuste ubi optima quaeque perveniunt ad pessimos.
letare tuum senior iuste suscipiens in ulnas liberatorem animarum nostrarum donantem nobis et resurrectionem.
The original Latin text of the quoted passage reads as follows: "quin se peccatorem agnoscat, de se ipso cognoscere nequit veritatem, quae ad iuste operandum est condicio.
Traicte du lis, symbole divin de l'esperance: contenant la iuste defense de sa gloire, dignite, & prerogative.
A man in womans apparell with a diuel waytinge on his horse called cappes & canes", and adds "[f]or the which he deserued Iuste commendation howsoeuar the vulgar [or baser sorte] of people did oppose themselues againste the reformation of sinnes not knoweinge that Antiante sinnes oughte to haue new Reformation" (Clopper 1979: 253).
bene utens et malis tanquam summe bonus, ad eorum damnationem quos iuste
Similar reflections can be found in the teaching of Gabriel Biel, who understands it to refer to the price that can be obtained as iuste et rationabiliter (in accord with justice and right reason).
Nam hec iuris professio est quod iuste, sancte, integre, decenter er ignoscenter equali lance presidere facit, discordias tollit, contumelias prohibet, scelera et peccata debita severitate compescit, que tandem pro meritorum diversitate, bonis premia, et malis justa infert supplicia.
de Vogue, 3:107, "ab illis iuste in ignem missus apparuit, quos in hac vita iniuste iudicavit.
Quis enim iuste vivere poterit, nisi prius quid iustum sit et iustum quod sit naturae nostrae consentaneutii esse proptereaque ageiiduni nieiite investigaverit?