A Dictionary of Quotations in Most Frequent Use: Taken Chiefly from the Latin and French Bu Comprising Many from the Greek, Spanish, and Italian Languages
G. and W.B. Whittaker, 1819 - 416 strán (strany)
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action affairs appears applied argument bear better called cause character CICERO circumstances common conduct court danger death effect equal faith fall faults fear feel fides follow force former fortune frequently give given greater happy honour hope human instance JUVENAL king Law Maxim less live look lost manner matter means mind Motto nature never nihil object omnes omnia once opinion Ovid pass passions PERSIUS person phrase PLAUTUS poet praise present prosperity Prov quæ quam quid quod reason respect semper SENECA sense sine sometimes speak suffer Tacitus taken TERENCE Term thing tion truth UNIVERSITY vice VIRGIL virtue whilst wise wish writ writer