audiendi


audiendi
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  • AUDIENDI eum — qui calicem tenebat, in Symposiis Graecorum mos indigitatur in acutissimo illo in Demosthenem ioco, apud Plut. c. 35. Cum emm is calice insignis caelaturae, aliisque donis ab Harpalo acceptis, male audiret, seque purgare volentem non audiret… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • STATIO — pro stato die ieiuniorum apud Tertullian. l. de Orat. in fine. i. de Anim. c. 48. l. de ieiuniis c. 10. et l. 2. ad Uxorem c. 4. etc a militia translata vox. Rationem nominis reddit Ambrosius serm. 25. cum inquit, Stationes vocantur ieiunia, quod …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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  • слово дано человеку, чтоб скрывать свои мысли — Ср. Men talk only to conceal the mind. Люди говорят чтобы скрыть мысли. Young († 1765). Universal passion. The Love of Fame. 2, 207. (1725.) Ср. No man who is at the head of affairs always wishes to be explicit. Macaulay. W. Pitt. Ср. Where… …   Большой толково-фразеологический словарь Михельсона

  • Слово дано человеку, чтоб скрывать свои мысли — Слово дано человѣку, чтобъ скрывать свои мысли. Ср. Men talk only to conceal the mind. Пер. Люди говорятъ чтобы скрыть мысли. Young († 1765). Universal passion. The Love of Fame. 2, 207. (1725.) Ср. No man who is at the head of affairs allways… …   Большой толково-фразеологический словарь Михельсона (оригинальная орфография)


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