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And amongst those arts, there is none better than that which Plinius Secundus speaketh of, which is to be liberal of praise and commendation to others, in that, wherein a man's self hath any perfection.
According to Ventura, the GP is Balag, Chan is the Secundus Internus, Abulencia is the Secretary, Onofre is the treasurer, Robinos is the Auditor, Trangia is the Sgt.
There they weep," Muhly writes, "and are confronted by two angels with the faces of children," Angelus Primus and Angelus Secundus, two more roles for the singers.
Liber secundus diversarum modulationum: Singulis, binis, ternis, quaternisque vocibus (1627).
70118), the woman in black: the patron of Antoine Verard's edition of the Horloge de Sapience (PML 17591), and Calivs Secundus Curio His Historie of the Warr of Malta: translated by Thomas Mainwaring in 1579.
Gelderbom uses the poetry of Johannes Secundus as his test case, which demonstrates that Secundus revised his poetry before sending it to the printer to soften its tone, because he understood that print was a public medium that required conformity to public moral standards and greater attention to the relationship of the parts to the whole.
Further, as the retired locomotive Secundus did not make the move to the Think Tank, only one of many exhibits that did not make it, where are they now rotting away?
Further, as the retired locomotive Secundus did not make the move to the ink Tank, only one of many exhibits that did not make it, where are they now rotting away?
En la version del Prologus secundus escrito por Lira, los traductores declaran su proposito de trasladar toda la Postilla litteralis (6):
Beginning life as the Army Balloon Factory in 1890, Farnborough built the first British airship, the Nulli Secundus, in 1907.
Asi, en el explicit de Boissard, las sentencias Amicus est desiderabile nomen, infelicitatis refugium, secretorum receptor, amanda felicitas, se encuentran bajo el titulo Amicitia en la Sylloge de Lagnier, quien--como otros muchos compiladores--las atribuye a Jenofonte (60) (entonces tambien circulaban, y hoy circulan, bajo la autoria de Secundus Philosophus (61)).
He was called the "Physicist" in medieval Europe and nicknamed Ptolemaeus Secundus (Ptolemy the Second), according to the historian Henry Corbin.