42 examples of mensa in sentences

She had long been living with the Duke, but in 1769 she obtained a divorce a mensa et thoro, which she believed erroneously annulled the marriage.

[Footnote 39: "In casa mia mi sa meglio una rapa Ch'io cuoca, e cotta s' un stecco m' inforco, E mondo, e spargo poi di aceto e sapa, Che all'altrui mensa tordo, starno, o porco Selvaggio."]

Et nudato prius toto illo loco à graminibus cum cespite figitur ibi tentorium, in quo velut in solio regali de ligno corpus defuncti residens collocatur, paraturque mensa plena coram eo cibarijs præciosis, et potu de lacte iumentorum.

Divorce N. divorce, divorcement; separation; judicial separation, separate maintenance; separatio a mensa et

In that goodly temple of Jupiter Belus in Babylon, there was a fair chapel, saith Herodotus, an eyewitness of it, in which was splendide stratus lectus et apposita mensa aurea, a brave bed, a table of gold, &c., into which no creature came but one only woman, which their god made choice of, as the Chaldean priests told him, and that their god lay with her himself, as at Thebes in Egypt was the like done of old.

Qui sedet in mensa, non meminit sibi otioso ministrare negotiosos, edenti esurientes, bibenti sitientes, &c. 1785.

Ne plus ingerat cavendum quam ventriculus ferre potest, semperque surgat a mensa non satur.

Ciborum varietate et copia in eadem mensa nihil nocentius homini ad lutem, Fr.

Celsitudo tua prandeat sola, absque apparatu aulico, contentus sit illustrissimus princeps duobus tantum ferculis, vinoque Rhenano solum in mensa utatur.

Semper intra satietatem a mensa recedat, uno ferculo, contentus.

As Horace tells us: "Vivitur parvo bene, cui paternum Splendet in mensa tenui salinum Nec leves somnos timor aut cupido Sordidus aufert.

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See Ludi Megalenses Mensa Mensae; rationes Meridiatio Metae, the Metellus Celer Metellus Macedonicus Milo Mimes Minerva, temple of Missio in

Si quando Nereus sentit Aeoli regnum, Ridet procellas tula de suo mensa.

" The Benedictine editors subjoin two readings of the pentameter: "Hac mensa indignam noverit esse suam.

Separation "from bed and board" (a mensa et thoro) simply gave the parties permission no longer to live together and was allowed for adultery or some other grave offences, like intolerable cruelty or a chronic disease.

In the case of a separation a mensa et thoro alimony was allowed the wife for her support out of her husband's estate at the discretion of the ecclesiastical judges.

A Mensa-Juvenile.

A Mensa-Juvenile.

A judge who grants a judicial separation is deciding that a marriage has ceased to be real or valid, and he divorces the couple a mensa et

"Condonation, collusion and connivance," continued Mr. Tutt, brushing him aside, "reinstitution of conjugal rights, the law of feme sole, The Married Woman's Act, separation a mensa et

Persæpe velut qui Junonis sacra ferret: Habebat sæpe ducentos, Sæpe decem servos: Modò reges atque tetrarchas, Omnia magna loquens: Modò sit mihi mensa tripes, et Concha salis puri, et toga, quæ defendere frigus, Quamvis crassa, queat.

He never breathed a word as to my unhappiness, until in 1878 he came up to town to give evidence as to cruelty whichhad the deed of separation not been held as condonationwould have secured me a divorce a mensa et thoro.

He plunged into the declination of mensa with the fervour of a convert.

Before the Weender Gate I met two small native schoolboys, one of whom was saying to the other, "I don't intend to keep company any more with Theodore; he is a low blackguard, for yesterday he didn't even know the genitive of Mensa."

42 examples of  mensa  in sentences