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Virorum domitricem postquam Centauri cognoverunt vim suavis vini, propere album lac manibus e mensis expulerunt et ultro ex cornibus argentatis bibentes vagabantur.
Nine species are subdominant (abundance of 2-5%): Hydroporus tessellatus (3.6%), Hygrotus inaequalis (3.4%), Hydroporus palustris (2.7%), Hygrotus marklini (2.6%), Hygrotus lernaeus (2,5%), Nebrioporus stearinus suavis and Scarodytes halensis halensis (2.3%), Hydroporus discretus and H.
The walnut husk maggot, Rhagoletis suavis (Loew), is considered a minor pest of black walnut (Brooks 1921).
Notese que el termino suavis, que se encuentra en la version Vulgata del Ps.
See Marcel Poorthuis, "The Theology of Nostra Aetate on Islam and on Judaism, or How Converts Introduced a New Thought within the Vatican," in Paul van Geest and Roberto Regoli, eds., Suavis laborem memoria: Church, Papacy, Roman Curia between History and Theology, Essays in honor of Marcel Chappin (Vatican City: Archivio Segreto Vaticano, 2013), pp.
/ hunc tu, diva, tuo recubantem corpore sancto / circumfusa super, suavis ex ore loquellas / funde petens placidam Romanis, incluta, pacem.
5.16.46: haec quae sunt minima tamen bona dicantur necesse est: candiduli dentes, color suavis et quae Anticlea Ulyssi pedes abluens, 'lenitudo orationis, mollitudo corporis'; ea si bona ducemus, quid erit in philosophi gravitate quam in vulgi opinione stultorumque turba quod dicatur aut gravius aut grandius?
Ideo hoc fingitur quod mirra, videlicet arbor generet adonem, quod Grece suavitas dicitur, quia mirre gumma suavis est odore.