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La absentia amantis es aqui, como en 6, 7, 1 (scribis te absentia mea non mediocriter affici) y 7, 5, 1 (in causa amorprimum, deinde quod non consueuimus abesse) (80), el termino tecnico en elegia erotica, del que se sirve Plinio para denominar el tiempo en que, durante su relacion conyugal, su esposa se encuentra, forzada por la enfermedad, en un lugar alejado, impidiendo el encuentro fisico.
56) 'Carchesium vas procerum et circa mediam partem compressum, ansatum mediocriter, ansis a summo ad infimum pertingentibus' (Castano Musico 1990: 214, 782-215, 784 = c.
7a) Sed ego in hoc tamen Postumo non ignoscam, homini mediocriter docto ("pero yo en esto no perdonare a Postumo, hombre muy poco sabio", Cic.
33, Unde non mediocriter mirror consuetudines has in monasteries dudum inolevisse, quod quemadmodum viris abates, ita et feminis abbatisse preponantur, et eiusdem regule professione tam femine quam viri se astringant, in qua tamen pleraque continentur que a feminis tam prelatis quam subiectis nullatenus possunt adimpleri.
146); and feast your eyes on a marked translation exercise, complete with the teacher's laconic comment mediocriter (p.
48) In a recent essay Nicholas Watson argues the case for Chaucer's commitment to the lay penitential Christianity of the mediocriter boni, the middle good, reading the Parson s Tale as somewhat autobiographical and the Wife of Bath as part of this middling good and making a case for an "ethics of imperfection.
5: `Etenim ordo ipse annalium mediocriter nos retinet quasi enumeratione fastorum; at viri saepe excellentis ancipites variique casus habent admirationem exspectationem, laetitiam molestiam, spem timorem; si vero exitu notabili concluduntur, expletur animus iucundissima lectionis voluptate.
1, but 'lusus et ineptias nostras legis, amas, flagitas, meque ad similia condenda non mediocriter incites' ('you can read my bits of nonsense as if you had all the leisure in the world -- you even enjoy them, clamour for them, and are insistent that I produce more like them').
45) Lambin, 27-28: "Constitui enim in hoc diuino poeta explicando & rudioribus commodare, & mediocriter eruditis consulere: hoc est, & iis, qui ex Homero nihil praeter verborum interpretationem, linguaeque scientiam petunt, & iis qui subtiliore quodam, ac politiore iudicio praediti, ea, quae ab Homero dicuntur, tum quomodo dicantur, tum ad quos veluti fonteis sint referenda, tum quam vtilitatem ad hanc vitam quotidianam afferant, intelligere volunt.
De his sese, quoniam altior esset disputatio, tacere promisit, nos antem adhibito moderationis freno mediocriter unumquodque tangamus.
are by their ita solent a subtilioribus putative authors] filled with the deprehendi, immo vero a mediocriter useless silliness of those who, doctis, uti quempiam forte alius lurking under the cloak of empty caudam animalis equinae caudae glory, have wanted to run riot complicantem, quo una eademque among the unlearned.