200, n. 1; Lovat's monument, v. 235, n. 1; Mackenzie, Sir George, v. 212, n. 3; Mackenzie, Henry, i. 360, n. 2; Maclaurin's mottoes, iii.
Nuvat the brave.
And for these precious witnesses of God That told to men of saving-health and power, The holy Titurel did build an holy house,-- A sanctuary-stronghold on the heights Of Monsalvat, forever given to God.
He will build you a house as high as his own, and he will give you the name of 'Navalvat' or 'Wonderways.'
Hence, some of the ancients call Him 'Vicarium Christi,' 'The Vicar of Christ,' or Him who represents His person and dischargeth His promised work: Operam navat Christo vicariam.
Accordingly, Betty put on her best, got her nicest basket, laid a couple of bottles of her choicest brandy in the bottom, and over them a dozen or two of her freshest eggs; and thus freighted, she fidgetted off to the manse, offered her peace-offering, and hinted that she wished to speak with his reverence in "preevat."
8, confirms the same; and to this aphorism of Hippocrates, all the Arabians, new and old Latins subscribe; Montaltus c. 25, Hercules de Saxonia, Mercurialis, Vittorius Faventinus, &c. Skenkius, l. 1, observat.
Now the chiefest causes proceed from the heart, humours, spirits: as they are purer, or impurer, so is the mind, and equally suffers, as a lute out of tune, if one string or one organ be distempered, all the rest miscarry, corpus onustum hesternis vitiis, animum quoque praegravat una.
It will become a classic example, like that of the Prussian Guard at St. Privat, France, August 18, 1870.
Afflictas mentes relevat, animi imaginationes et daemones expellit.
de contemptu mundi; nihil facilius recrudescit quam amor; ut pompa visa renovat ambitionem, auri species avaritiam, spectata corporis forma incendit luxuriam.
Sit memor nostri, fideique solvat Fida mercedem, meritoque blandum Thraliae discant resonare nomen Littora Skiae.
Portitor has horrendus aquas et flumina servat Terribili squalore Charon, cui plurima mento Canities inculta jacet; stant lumina flamma.
Thus we have seen Bhaga, the daylight, represented as the offspring, of Aditi, the boundless Orient; but he had several brothers, and among them were Mitra, the sun, Varuna, the overarching firmament, and Vivasvat, the vivifying sun.
Si quis sapienter et suo tempore adhibeat, Remedia morbis diversis diversa sunt; dolentem sermo benignus sublevat.
He then found that as he could be of no service by his action, he might at least by his retirement, and during the confusion, he went to the feat of his Brother-in-law, Sir John Scott, of Scotts Tarvat, a man of learning and good sense.
At that stage the plants were cut off near the ground and laid under water in a shallow vat for a fermentation which in the course of some twelve hours took the dye-stuff out of the leaves.
You should never quarrel over quality when it is the same under any name, and follow the advice Madame de la Sabliere gives you in the following madrigal: Belise ne veut point d'amant, Mais voudrait un ami fidele, Qui pour elle eut des soins et de l'empressement, Et qui meme la trouvat belle.
monsieur le marquis, repondit le spirituel auteur du "Barbier de Seville," je suis bien maladroit!--Il n'importe, voyez toujours ce bijou, je vous prie.--Mais je regretterais beaucoup qu'il lui arrivat malheur entre mes mains.--Vous vous montrez trop modeste."
It was a proud day, December 2, 1804, when, surrounded by all that was brilliant and imposing in France, Napoleon proceeded in solemn procession to the ancient cathedral, where were assembled the magistrates, the bishops, and the titled dignitaries of the realm, and received, in his imperial robes, from the hands of the Pope, the consecrated sceptre and crown of empire, and heard from the lips of the supreme pontiff of Christendom those words which once greeted Charlemagne in the basilica of St. Peter when the Roman clergy proclaimed him Emperor of the West,--Vivat in oeternum semper Augustus.
Macii q fiat gra Guillo aurifici q ipe absolvat a pena i qua dicit icurisse p uno spotono sibi iueto veuiedo de Mestre ppe domu Maci Pauli de Canareglo ui descenderat ad bibendu.
Texente nymphis serta Lycoride, Rosae ruborem sic viola adjuvat Iramista, sic Iris refulget Aethereis variata fucis."
Hypochondriaci maxime affectant coire, et multiplicatur coitus in ipsis, eo quod ventositates multiplicantur in hypochondriis, et coitus saepe allevat has ventositates.
Inexplicable to us on any ground, save that one common to the Bhagavat-Gita, to the gospel.
Driven into Baravat by contrary winds, he is moved to ransom a female captive on hearing of her grief at her hard fate, but what is his surprise when the fair slave proves to be Placentia. "
We have two hours to wait at Kizil Arvat.
Presently he got his mouth partly free from the cravat.
Frismelica, Bullovat, and some other excellent physicians, could neither make him eat, drink, or sleep, no persuasion could ease him.
So beauty commands even kings themselves; nay whole armies and kingdoms are captivated together with their kings: Forma vincit armatos, ferrum pulchritudo captivat; vincentur specie, qui non vincentur proelio.
Footnote 1: "E Brasilia in Guairaniam euntibus spectabilis adhuc semita viditur, quam ab Sancto Thoma ideo incolae vocant, quod per eam Apostolus iter fecisse credatur; quae semita quovis anni tempore eumdem statum conservat, modice in ea crescendibus herbis, ab adjacenti campo multum herbescenti prorsus dissimilibus, praebetque speciem viae artificiose ductae; quam Socii nostri Guairaniam excolentes persaepe non sine stupore perspexisse se testantur."
Adeo ignara superstitio mentes hominum depravat, et nonnunquam sapientum animos transversos agit.
though he be but a Banker's Prentice, Madam, he's as pretty a Fellow of his Inches as any i'th' City--he has made love in Dancing-Schools, and to Ladies of Quality in the middle Gallery, and shall joke ye--and repartee with any Fore-man within the Walls--prithee to her--and commend me, I'll give thee a new Point Crevat.
He was seen cultivat
OF ABOUT one hundred feet") --About, derivat.
pronouns, exclude conjunctions --derivat.
Ille inficit, hic perficit, ille deprimit, hic elevat; hic tranquillitatem ille curas parit: hic vitam recte informat, ille deformat &c. 4608.
The General of the North forbade all communication with Bombay, and, on the 26th May, a British gallivat was fired on at Mahim.
Ceu lectum peragrat membris languentibus aeger In latus alterne faevum dextrumque recumbens Nec javat: inde oculos tollit resupinus in altum: Nusquam inventa quies; semper quaesita: quod illi Primum in deliciis fuerat, mox torquet et angit: Nec morburm sanat, nec fallit taedia morbi.
ad plenilunium Julii, inde gesta et collo appensa hunc affectum apprime juvat et fanaticos spiritus expellit.