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33 examples of  motus  in sentences

33 examples of motus in sentences

Jam loquaces ore rauco stagna cycni perstrepunt; Adsonat Terei puella subter umbram populi, 85 Ut putes motus amoris ore dici musico, Et neges queri sororem de marito barbaro.

It was in this library that she found La Place's "Mรฉcanique Cรฉleste," translated by her father's friend, Dr. Bowditch; she also read the "Theoria Motus," of Gauss, in its original Latin form.

"Aetas, labor, corporisque opima pinguetudo, effecerant, ante annum, ut inertibus refertum, grave, hebes, plenitudine turgens corpus, anhelum ad motus minimos, cum sensu suffocationis, pulsu mirifice anomalo, ineptum evaderet ad ullum motum.

How now, Visus, is your heaven at a stay, Or is it his motus trepidationis that makes him stammer?

This is to translate, and not to define, when we change two words of the same signification one for another; which, when one is better understood than the other, may serve to discover what idea the unknown stands for; but is very far from a definition, unless we will say every English word in the dictionary is the definition of the Latin word it answers, and that motion is a definition of MOTUS.

The rule which finds its application here may be most briefly expressed in Latin: omnis motus, quo celerior, eo magis motus.

The rule which finds its application here may be most briefly expressed in Latin: omnis motus, quo celerior, eo magis motus.

This was [1530]Virgil's experiment of old, "Verum ubi tempestas, et coeli mobilis humor Mutavere vices, et Jupiter humidus Austro, Vertuntur species animorum, et pectore motus Concipiunt alios"

[1805]Bernard, quam motus cordis; nunc haec, nunc illa cogito, you may as well reckon up the motes in the sun as them.

As lamentable effects are caused by such terrible objects heard, read, or seen, auditus maximos motus in corpore facit, as Plutarch holds, no sense makes greater alteration of body and mind: sudden speech sometimes, unexpected news, be they good or bad, praevisa minus oratio, will move as much, animum obruere, et de sede sua dejicere, as a [2150]philosopher observes, will take away our sleep and appetite, disturb and quite overturn us.

Some floodgates, arches, falls of water, like London Bridge, or some continuate noise which may benumb the senses, lenis motus, silentium et tenebra, tum et ipsa voluntas somnos faciunt; as a gentle noise to some procures sleep, so, which Bernardinus Tilesius, lib. de somno, well observes, silence, in a dark room, and the will itself, is most available to others.

"Nam quisquis trepidus pavet vel optat, Abjecit clypeum, locoque motus Nectit qua valeat trahi catenam.

It was the symbol of Emanuel Philibert, Duke of Savoy, and he was not mistaken in it, for "Quo quisque est major, magis est placabilis irae, Et faciles motus mens generosa capit.

[4709]Hostius quidam specula fecit, et ita disposuit, ut quum virum ipse pateretur, aversus omnes admissarii motus in speculo videret, ac deinde falsa magnitudine ipsius membri tanquam vera gauderet, simul virum et foeminam passus, quod dictu foedum et abominandum.

Immisso in terrae carceres vento horribiles terrae motus efficiunt, quibus saepe non domus modo et turres, sed civitates integrae et insulae haustae sunt.

ab inconsiderantia, et ignorantia omnes animi motus. 1579.

Subitarius terrae motus. 2156.

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.

Observando motus, gestus, manus, pedes, oculos, phantasiam, Piso.

oblatos respui honores ex onere metiens; motus arabitiosos rogatus non ivi, &c. 3681.

Divitiarum sequela, luxus, intemperies, arroganta, superbia, furor injustus, omnisque irrationibilis motus.

Non sine ingenti admiratione, tanta hominis charitate motus rex liberos esse jussit, &c. 5944.

Voces liberae, oculorum colloquia, contractiones parum verecundae, motus immodici, &c. Heinsius. 6102.

nihil ab aeris caligine aut figurarum varietate impeditus meram pulchritudinem meruit, exultans et misericordia motus, cognatos amicos qui adhuc morantur in terra tuetur, errantibus succurrit, &c. Deus hoc jussit ut essent genii dii tutelares hominibus, bonos juvantes, males punientes, &c. 6509.

As such are cited, facies totius mundi, motus et quies, intellectus absolute infinitus.

"Verba Neutra, ait Sanctius, nullo pacto esse possunt; quia, teste Aristotele, omnis motus, actio, vel passio, nihil medium est.

Animi vi propรจ divinรข, planetarum motus, figuras, cometarum semitas, Oceanique aestus, suรข Mathesi lucem praeferente, primus demonstravit.

Stygemque testor, et profunda Tartari, Nisi impediret livor, et queis prosequor Odia supremum numen, atque hominum genus, Pietate motus hinc patris, et hinc filii, Possem parenti condolere et filio, "Quasi exuissem omnem malitiam ex pectore.

It is true that he elsewhere (p. 568) attributes to the intellect a proprius motus of transition, but says that [Footnote 1: Apply this to the case of 'book-on-table'!

All that I can verify in the transitions which Mr. Bradley's intellect desiderates as its proprius motus is a reminiscence of these and other sensible conjunctions (especially space-conjunctions), [Footnote 1: How meaningless is the contention that in such wholes (or in 'book-on-table,' 'watch-in-pocket,' etc.)

'Motus doceri gaudet Ionicos Matura Virgo, et fingitur artubus Jam nunc, et incestos amores De Tenero meditatur Ungui.' Hor.

'Format enim Natura prius nos intus ad omnem Fortunarum habitum; juvat, aut impellit ad iram, Aut ad humum mรฆrore gravi deducit et angit; Post effert animi motus interprete Lingua.' Hor.

Corruption cannot stir in us, but therein we sin, for the very first rise, the motus primo-primi, as they are called, are sinful, being contrary to the holy law of God; and the very in-being of that old man is our sin; for it is sinful, and rebellious against God, yea it is very enmity and rebellion itself.