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" His learning and virtue are too great to be set forth with advantage by me, and too well known every where to need it, unless I would, according to the proverb, show the sun with a lantern. 2. Some boys are too idle to learn, and too contumacious "
New Latin Tutor ... - Página 198
por Frederick Percival Leverett - 1833
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Elegantiae Latinae: Or, Rules & Exercises Illustrative of Elegant Latin ...

Edward Valpy - 1819 - 270 páginas
...with the subjunctive; as, He is too proud to teach you: Superbior est, qucm ut te doceat. EXAMPLES. 1. His learning and virtue are too great to be set forth...and too well known every where to need it, unless I \rould, according to the proverb, show the sun with a lantern. *2. Caesar was too old, in my opinion,...
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Elegantiae Latinae: or, Rules & exercises illustrative of elegant Latin ...

Edward Valpy - 1819 - 274 páginas
...the subjunctive; as, He is too proud to teach you: Superbior est, quam ut te doceat. EXAMPLES. ' 1. His learning and virtue are too great to be set forth with advantage by me, and too well knoicn every where to need it, mless I would, according,to the proverb, show the sun with a antern....
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Elegantiae Latinae: Or, Rules & Exercises Illustrative of Elegant Latin ...

Edward Valpy - 1819 - 280 páginas
...is e subjunctive; as, Superbior est, quam ut te doceat. He is too proud to teach you: EXAMPLES. 1. His learning and virtue are too great to be set forth with vantage by me, and too well known every where to need it, less I would, according to the proverb, show...
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The New Latin Tutor; Or, Exercises in Etymology, Syntax and Prosody

Frederick Percival Leverett - 1829 - 376 páginas
...ut, with the subjunctive ; as, He is too proud to teach you : Superbior est, qudm ut te doceat. 1. His learning and virtue are too great to be set forth...Some boys are too idle to learn, and too contumacious to obey the precepts of their masters. The conjunctions ut ne, joined together, are often elegantly...
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The New Latin Tutor, Or, Exercises in Etymology, Syntax and Prosody

1831 - 378 páginas
...too great to lie set forth with advantage by me, and too welt known every "where to need it, unless 1 would, according to the proverb, show the sun with...Some boys are too idle to learn, and too contumacious to obey the precepts of their masters. The conjunctions ut nc, joined together, «re often elegantly...
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Utopia: And History of King Richard III

Sir Thomas More (Saint) - 1834 - 358 páginas
...was as follows : " Of the best state of a Commonwealth, and of the new island of Utopia." dations, unless I would, according to the proverb, " show the sun with a lantern." Those that were appointed by the prince to treat with us, met us at Bruges, according to agreement;...
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Utopia: And History of King Richard III

Sir Thomas More (Saint) - 1834 - 378 páginas
...was as follows : " Of the best state of a Commonwealth, and of the new island of Utopia." 1 dations, unless I would, according to the proverb, " show the sun with a lantern." Those that were appointed by the prince to treat with us, met us at Bruges, according to agreement;...
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Elegantiae Latinae, or Rules and exercises illustrative of elegant Latin ...

Edward Valpy - 1837 - 254 páginas
...is too proud to teach j'ou : Superbior est quam ut le doceat. EXAMPLES. 1. His learning and virtues are too great to be set forth with advantage by me, and too well known everywhere to need it; unless I would, according to the proverb, show the sun with a lantern. *2. Cassar...
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The New Latin Tutor, Or, Exercises in Etymology, Syntax and Prosody

1838 - 370 páginas
...ut, with the subjunctive ; as, He is too proud to teach you : Superbiur est, qudm ut te doceat. 1. His learning and virtue are too great to be set forth with advantage by me, and too mill knoicn every where to need it, unless 1 would, according to the proverb, show the sun with a lantern....
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Utopia: or, The happy republic. To which is added, The new Atlantis, by lord ...

Thomas More (st.) - 1845 - 358 páginas
...be set forth with advantage by me, and they are so well known, that they need not my commendations, unless I would, according to the proverb, " Show the sun with a lantern." 12 Those &at were appointed by the prince to treat with us, met us at Bruges, according to agreement;...
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