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" Quidquid dicunt, laudo; id rursum si negant, laudo id quoque; Negat quis? nego; ait? aio; postremo imperavi egomet mihi Omnia adsentari. Is qusestus nunc est multo uberrimus. "
D. Iunii Iuvenalis saturae - Page 17
by Juvénal, Iuvenalis - 1889 - 313 pages
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Poems

George Crabbe - 1808 - 276 pages
...Possessions, Pictures, &c.— Conclusion. THE r BIRTH OF FLATTERY, Omnia habeo, nee quicquam habeo ; Quidquid dicunt laudo ; id rursum si negant, laudo...nego ; ait, aio : Postremo imperavi egomet mihi Omnia assejnari. TERENT. in Munuch, ' '. . It has been held in antient Rules, That Flattery is the Food of...
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Poems

George Crabbe - 1808 - 278 pages
...Possessions, Pictures, &c. — Conclusion. THE BIRTH OF FLATTERY. Omni a habco, nee quicquam habeo ; Quidquid dicunt laudo ; id rursum si negant, laudo...nego ; ait, aio : Postremo imperavi egomet mihi Omnia assentari. TERENT. in Eunuch. It has been held in antient Rules, That Flattery is the Food of Fools...
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Poems

George Crabbe - Engelse digkuns - 1808 - 280 pages
...BIRTH OF FLATTERY. Omnia habeo, nee quicquam habeo ; Quidquid dicunt laudo ; id rursum si ncgant, laude id quoque : Negat quis, nego ; ait, aio : Postremo imperavi egomet mihi Omnia assentari. TERBNT. in EunuchIt has been held in antient Rules, That Flattery is the Food of Fools ;...
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Memoirs of military surgery: Containing the practice of the French military ...

Dominique Jean baron Larrey - Medicine, Military - 1815 - 294 pages
...master; but this attempt to prove its great utility, is excelling Gnatho in his own art: •' Quicquid dicunt, laudo: id rursum si negant, laudo id quoque:...nego: ait, aio: postremo imperavi egomet mihi, " Omnia assentari." • Terent. Eunuch. Act ii. Seen. 2. • TRANSLATOR. ti nation free from fever, the wounds...
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Gentleman's Magazine and Historical Review, Volume 86, Part 2; Volume 120

Early English newspapers - 1816 - 848 pages
...Advantages of Christianity to the World. r Gnatho thus describes his method of pleasing : " Quicquid dicunt, laudo : id rursum si negant, laudo id quoque;...Negat quis? nego. Ait ? aio : postremo imperavi egomet mibj ," i Oumia adsemari. Is Quffistus none «t multo uberrimus.** " Whatever they say I commend ;...
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Comedies, Volume 1

Terence - Latin drama (Comedy) - 1820 - 596 pages
...ut rideant , Sed eis ultro arrideo , et eorum ingenia admiror simul : Quidquid dicunt, laudo ; ici rursum si negant, laudo id quoque. Negat quis ? nego : ait ? aio. Postremo imperaviegometmihi Omnia assentari. Is quaestus nunc est multo uberrimus. PAR ME NO. Scitum hercle...
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Bibliothèque Latine-Française, Volume 133

1830
...sunt ; hos consector ; hisce ego non paro me , ut rideant , Sed eis ultro arrideo^ et eorum ingénia admiror simul. Quidquid dicunt , laudo ; id rursum si negant, laudo id quoque. Negatquis? Nego; ait? Aio. Postremo im peravi egometmihi Omnia assentari. Is quœstus nunc est multo...
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Bibliotheca Classica Latina sive Collectio auctorum classicorum ..., Volume 140

1827
...; hisce ego non paro me , ut rideant, Secl eis ultro arrideo, et eorum ingénia admiror simul. «So Quidquid dicunt, laudo; id rursum si negant, laudo id quoque. Negat quis? Negó; ait? Aio. Postremo imperavi egomet mihi Omnia assentari. Is quœstus nunc est multo uberrimus....
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Publii Terentii Afri comœdiæ, adnotatione, variis disquisitionibus et ...

Publius Terentius (Afer) - 1827 - 692 pages
...; hisce ego non paro me , ut rideant, Sed eis ultro arrideo, et eorum ingénia admiror simul. i!« Quidquid dicunt, laudo; id rursum si negant, laudo id quoque. Negat quis ? Negó ; ait ? Aio. Postremo imperavi egomet mihi Omnia assentari. Is quaestus nunc est multo uberrimus....
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Publii Terentii Afri Comoediae: ex optimarum editionum textu ..., Volume 1

Térence - 1827
...; hisce ego non paro me , ut rideant, Sed eis ultro arrideo, et eorum ingénia admiror simul. «s» Quidquid dicunt, laudo; id rursum si negant, laudo id quoque. Negat quis? Negó; ait? Aio. Póstreme imperavi egomet mihi Omnia assentari. Is quœstus nunc est multo uberrimus....
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