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Persistently subhuman, Gower avers, "quod eis nil racionis erat" [for not a spark of reason did they have] (238), but now, where long ears had been before, the asses have put on sharp horns (225-27, "gladius non scindit forcius illis"); no longer slowly load-bearing but leaping about like free-ranging hinds (229-30, "Qui de natura pigri tardare solebant, / Precurrunt ceruis de leuitate magis"), and roaming off-track, beyond the barnyard, wild carnivores in search of prey, with lions' hearts inside them, noble beasts, in place of docile ones (185-86, "Viscera namque sua repleta furore leonum / Extiterant predas in repetendo suas"), just as the barnyard fowl later put on eagles' mein (519-20, "Qui residere domique fimum calcare solebant, / Presumunt aquile sumere iura sibi").
Qui vero sicut iam dictum est, cessantibus causis antedictis noluerint residere, prestimoniorum porventus illius anni, que habent ab ecclesia, applicentur aliis per quos dictis ecclesus medio tempore serviatur, et si nec sic resipuerint tertio legitime requisiti, in roturo eis prestimonia substrahantur.
41): `neque enim verebar ne laboriosum esset legenti tibi, quod visenti non fuisset, praesertim cum interquiescere, si liberet, depositaque epistula quasi residere saepius posses.