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117 examples of leged in sentences

lege Author Of "Froebel As A Pioneer In Modern Psychology," Etc.

The Roman Catholics often vilified Protestantism by comparing the Reformed doctrine to that of Mohammedanism; this reproach of Crypto-mohammedanism Hottinger wished "talionis lege" to fling back at the Catholics; and he devotes a whole chapter (Cap. 6) of his book to the demonstration that Bellarminius' proofs of the truth of the Church doctrine might have been copied from the Moslim dogma.

Horrida dementes Rapiet discordia gentes; Plurima tunc leges Mutabit, plurima reges Natio; conversa In rabiem tunc contremet ursa MARMOR NORFOLCIENSE Cynthia, tunc latis Florebunt lilia pratis; Nec fremere audebit Leo, sed violare timebit, Omnia consuetus Populari pascua lætus.

"Horrida dementes Rapiet discordia gentes; Plurima tunc leges Mutabit, plurima reges Natio.

See Appendix D. Ben Jonson wrote Leges Convivales that were 'engraven in marble over the chimney in the Apollo of the Old Devil Tavern, Temple Bar; that being his Club Room.'

When Mr. Wilkes, in his days of tumultuous opposition, was borne upon the shoulders of the mob, Mr. Burke (as Mr. Wilkes told me himself, with classical admiration,) applied to him what Horace says of Pindar, ...numerisque fertur LEGE solutis.

Their decisions were laws (leges).

Failing to conciliate the aristocrats, Caesar became a sort of Mirabeau, and appealed to the people, causing them to pass his celebrated "Leges Juliae," or reform bills; the chief of which was the "land act," which conferred portions of the public lands on Pompey's disbanded soldiers for settlement,a wise thing, which senators opposed, since it took away their monopoly.

Caesar's Commentaries, Leges Juliae, Appian, Plutarch, Suetonius, Dion Cassius, and Cicero's Letters to Atticus are the principal original authorities.

[c] Wilkins Leges Sax.

[f] Leges St. Edw. cap.

The prelates complained of this practice to the Parliament assembled at Merton in the twentieth of this king, and desired that the municipal law might be rendered conformable to the canon; but received from all the nobility the memorable reply, NOLUMUS LEGES ANGLIAE MUTARE!

And therfore alle be it that there ben many dyverse lawes in the world, zit I trowe, that God lovethe alweys hem that loven him, and serven him mekely in trouthe; and namely, hem that dispysen the veyn glorie of this world; as this folk don, and as Job did also: and therfore seyde oure Lorde, be the mouthe of Ozee the prophete, Ponam eis multiplices leges meas.

To stamp out a small evil, there are dictated many laws that cause greater evils still: 'corruptissima in republica plurimae leges,' said Tacitus.

Phr. esto perpetua [Lat.]; nolumus leges Angliae mutari

keep it up!, go to it!, right away!, right on!, attaboy!, Phr. nolumus leges Angliae mutari

[King John]; the cannons aspit forth their iron indignation [King John]; the fire-eyed maid of smoky war [Henry IV]; silent leges inter arma [Lat.]

Phr. corruptissima respublica plurimae leges [Lat.]

This is what Horace means when he recommends us to study carefully and inquire diligently what will best promote a tranquil lifenot to be always agitated by fruitless desires and fears and hopes for things, which, after all, are not worth very much: Inter cuncta leges et percontabere doctos Qua ratione queas traducere leniter aevum; Ne te semper inops agitet vexetque cupido, Ne pavor, et rerum mediocriter utilium spes.

If to this we add the leged exemptions from tribute, justly granted to various individuals for a certain number of years, or during the performance of special service, we shall easily be convinced of the imperfection of results, derived from such insecure principles.

'Tis not to be denied, the world alters every day, Ruunt urbes, regna transferuntur, &c. variantur habitus, leges innovantur, as Petrarch observes, we change language, habits, laws, customs, manners, but not vices, not diseases, not the symptoms of folly and madness, they are still the same.

leagues and laws of arms, (silent leges inter arma,) for their advantage, omnia jura, divina, humana, proculcata plerumque sunt; God's and men's laws are trampled under foot, the sword alone determines all; to satisfy their lust and spleen, they care not what they attempt, say, or do, Rara fides, probitasque viris qui castra sequuntur.

Incisae leges negliguntur, laws are made and not kept; or if put in execution, they be some silly ones that are punished.

I hate all hereditary slaves, and that duram Persarum legem as Brisonius calls it; or as Ammianus, impendio formidatas et abominandas leges, per quas ob noxam unius, omnis propinquitas perit hard law that wife and children, friends and allies, should suffer for the father's offence.

"Constat aeterna positumque lege est, Ut constet genitum nihil.

supped with Sestius Gallus an old lecher, libidinoso sene, ea lege ut nudae puellae administrarent; some say as much of Nero, and Pontus Huter of Carolus Pugnax.

"Quod pulchros Glycere sumas de pixide vultus, Quod tibi compositae nec sine lege comae: Quod niteat digitis adamas, Beryllus in aure, Non sum divinus, sed scio quid cupias.

Now they commended him for it; but St. Paul teacheth otherwise, "Better marry than burn," and as St. Hierome gravely delivers it, Aliae, sunt leges Caesarum, aliae Christi, aliud Papinianus, aliud Paulus noster praecipit, there's a difference betwixt God's ordinances and men's laws: and therefore Cyprian Epist.

Mecastor lege dura vivunt mulieres, they lock them still in their houses, which are so many prisons to them.

And as these great conjunctions, aspects of planets, begin or end, vary, are vertical and predominant, so have religions, rites, ceremonies, and kingdoms their beginning, progress, periods, in urbibus, regibus, religionibus, ac in particularibus hominibus, haec vera ac manifesta, sunt, ut Aristoteles innuere videtur, et quotidiana docet experientia, ut historias perlegens videbit; quid olim in Gentili lege Jove sanctius et illustrius?

Quid faciant leges ubi sola pecunia regnat?

Orbi dat leges foras, vix famulum regit sine strepitu domi.

De his lege Patrit.

En leges ipsi Veneri Martique timendas. 662. 54 Pauperes non peccant, quum extrema necessitate coacti rem alienam capiunt.

61 Lege cautum non ita pridem apud Venetos, ne quis Patritius dotem excederet 1500 coron.

Idem apud Persas olim, lege Brisonium. 682.

Lege hist, relationem Lod.

Daminus mendacii a seipso deceptus, alios decipere cupit, adversarius humani generis, Inventor mortis, superbiae institutor, radix malitiae, scelerum caput, princeps omnium vitiorum, fuit inde in Dei contumeliam, hominum perniciem: de horum conatibus et operationibus lege Epiphanium.

Nubrigenses lege lib.

Quando in adolescentia sua ipsi vixerint, lautius et liberius voluptates suas expleverint, illi gnatis impenunt duriores continentiae leges.

Corporis itidem morbi animam per consensum, a lege consortii afficiunt, et quanquam objecta multos motus turbulentos in homine concitet, praecipua tamen causa in corde et humoribus spiritibusque consistit, &c. 2407.

Lege somnium Kepler: edit.

Si omnes premantur, quis tu es qui solus evadere cupis ab ea lege quae neminem praeterit?

Neque hac naturae lege est quisquam mortalium solutus.

Vobiscus Aureliano, sed si populus famelicus inedia laboret, nec arma, leges, pudor, magistratus, coercere valent. 3784.

Cui leges imponit, praescribit, jubet, vetat quod videtur.

Lege Calimitates Pet.

Leges de moechis fecit, ex civibus plures in jus vocati. 6179.

Orata lege me dicastis mulieres Dion.

1. Novas leges suas ad Angelum Gabrielem referebat, pro monitore mentiebatur omnia se gerere.

De his lege Luciatium de luctu tom.

[c] Al. leges.

Da, ne sint permissa, pater, mihi praemia frustra, Et colere, et leges semper amare tuas.

Sed timeat semper, caveatque ante omnia, turbae Ne stolidae similis, leges sibi segreget audax Quas servare velit, leges quas lentus omittat, Plenum opus effugiens, aptans juga mollia collo, Sponte sua demens; nihilum decedere summae Vult Deus, at qui cuncta dedit tibi, cuncta reposcit.

Sed timeat semper, caveatque ante omnia, turbae Ne stolidae similis, leges sibi segreget audax Quas servare velit, leges quas lentus omittat, Plenum opus effugiens, aptans juga mollia collo, Sponte sua demens; nihilum decedere summae Vult Deus, at qui cuncta dedit tibi, cuncta reposcit.

Aevi sat novi quam sim brevis; astra tuenti, Per certas; stabili lege, voluta vices, Tangitur haud pedibus tellus: conviva deorum Expleor ambrosiis, exhilarorque cibis.

Pulchra est virgiuitas intacta, at vita periret, Omnes si vellent virginitate frui; Nequitiam fugiens, servata contrahe lege Conjugium, ut pro te des hominem patriae.

EPICTETI. Me, rex deorum, tuque, due, necessitas, Quo, lege vestra, vita me feret

The Leges CorneliaeSulla remodels the Senate, the quaestorship, the censorship, the tribunate, the comitia, the consulship, the praetorship, the augurate and pontificate, the judiciaMinor laws attributed to himEffects of his legislation the best justification of the Gracchi LIST OF PHRASES INDEX MAPS.

They are known as Leges Corneliae, a term which, though applicable to some other laws, is usually applied to those of his making.

I traversed it, and the district called Le Loroux, by the route of Montaigne and Lege, and on my return I passed through Clisson, Vallet, and Loroux, along the banks of the Loire.

And whatever ordinances might be composed by him they called from that very moment leges Augustæ and desired to take an oath that they would abide by them.

How thoroughly Vergil disliked Antony may be seen in the familiar line in the Aeneid which Servius recognized as an allusion to that usurper (Aen. VI. 622): Fixit leges pretio atque refixit.

It is interesting to find that Vergil's school friend, Varius, in his poem on Caesar's death, called De Morte first put Cicero's charges into effective verse: Vendidit hic Latium populis agrosque Quiritum Eripuit: fixit leges pretio atque refixit.

Cui leges imponit, praescribit, jubet, vetat quod videtur? Qui nihil imperanti negare, nihil recusare audet?

For when the hounds cross this country there are always "wigs on the green" in abundance; and in spite of barbed wire we may still sing with Horace, "Nec fortuitum spernere caespitem Leges sinebant," which, at the risk of offending all classical scholars, I must here translate: "Nor do the laws allow us to despise a chance tumble on the turf.

Augustus made some attempt to limit the enfranchising power of the owner; but the Leges Aelia Sentia and Furia Caninia do not lie within the compass of this book.

" Page 283, footnote 1. qua lege, etc.: which law did not determine the expense, but the kind of victuals and the manner of cooking them.

[Footnote 118: pro lege Manilia, 7. 18.]

[Footnote 313: Cic. pro lege Manilia 12.

ii. 24: "qua lege non sumptus cenarum, sed ciborum genus et modus praefinitus est.")

A calm, such as she had never known, took possession of her,a sudden light seemed to envelop her,she heard the mystical sentence vouchsafed to Saint Augustin: "Toile, lege!"

[Footnote 30: The reading here has been subjected to criticism (compare Naber in Mnemosyne, XVI, p. 109), but see Cicero, De Lege Agraria 2, 9, 24 and Mommsen, Staatsrecht, I^2, 468, 3.]

he believed that his mother had brought in supposititious offspring to defraud him of some of his inheritance; but he was strictly forbidden to bring her into court with a public and criminal actionMacer in Dig., 48, 2, 11: sed ream eam lege Cornelia facere permissum ei non est.

[170] Codex, iv, 12, 2, rescript of Diocletian: ob maritorum culpam uxores inquietari leges vetant.

Id. Novellae, 22, 18. Novellae, 140, 1: Antiquitus quidem licebat sine periculo tales (i.e., those of incompatible temperament) ab invicem separari secundum communem voluntatem et consensum hoc agentes, sicut et plurimae tunc leges extarent hoc dicentes et bona gratia sic procedentem solutionem nuptiarum patria vocitantes voce.

Nos enim hac lege

[305] Leges Liutprandi, vi, 119: si quis filiam suam aut sororem alii sponsare voluerit, habeat potestatem dandi cui voluerit, libero tamen homini.

[306] Leges Liutprandi, vi, 119.

Leges Liutprandi, ii, 1.

Lex Ripuariorum, 37, 1. Leges Liutprandi, iv, 4.

Leges Liutprandi, vi, 130.

Leges Liutprandi, vi, 140.

i, p. 1, Distinctio Prima: ius naturae est quod in lege et evangelio continetur.

Inter arma silent leges, say the publicists; but in this particular instance the license of guerrilla war, the fraudulent statutes of the Territory, and the laws of Congress were combined and perverted with satanic ingenuity in furtherance of the conspiracy.

JONSON, Ben, Alchemist, iii. 35, n. 1; Fall of Mortimer, iii. 78, n. 4; at Hawthornden, v. 402, 414; Kitely acted by Garrick, ii. 92, n. 3; Leges Convivales, iv. 254, n. 4.

Non usque adeo permiscuit imis Longus summa dies, ut non, si voce Metelli Serventur leges, malint a Cæsare tolli.

"Auspice te, fugiens alieni subcuba lecti, Dira libido hominum tota de gente repulsa est: Ac tantum gregibus pecudum ratione carentum Imperat, et sine lege tori furibunda vagatur.

The Morality of this little Club is guarded by such wholesome Laws and Penalties, that I question not but my Reader will be as well pleased with them, as he would have been with the 'Leges Convivales' of Ben.

At Chalybes nudi ferrum, virosaque Pontus Castorea, Eliadum palmas Epirus equarum? Continuo has leges æternaque foedera certis Imposuit Natura locis ...' Virg.

Cui leges imponit, praescribit, jubet, vetat quod videtur? Qui nihil imperanti negare, nihil recusare audet?

I heard from a neighbouring house a voice as of a boy or girl, I know not what, chanting, and oft repeating "Tolle, lege; tolle, lege"

I heard from a neighbouring house a voice as of a boy or girl, I know not what, chanting, and oft repeating "Tolle, lege; tolle, lege"

Canciani, Paolo: Barbarorum Leges Antiquae, etc.

Monumenta Germaniae Historica, etc. (Diplom.; Leges; Script.)

Charlemagne, Leges, No. 23 et

Cf. Charlemagne, Leges, No. 128 et

In fact, we may apply to these unwritten laws of Masonry the definition given by Blackstone of the "leges non scriptæ" of the English constitutionthat "their original institution and authority are not set down in writing, as acts of parliament are, but they receive their binding power, and the force of laws, by long and immemorial usage and by their universal reception throughout the kingdom."

As the Barons of England, once, with unanimous voice, exclaimed, "Nolumus leges Angliæ mutare!"

But inter arma silent artes as well as leges.