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Tum uero tremefacta nouos per pectora cunctis insinuat pauor, et scelus expendisse merentem 230Laocoonta ferunt, sacrum qui cuspide robur laeserit et tergo sceleratam intorserit hastam.
Danish software company Sitecore announced in a statement it had taken control of Netherlands-based Web publishing solutions provider Pectora for a non-specified amount.
29-30, 'Id, curvas naves, tejed causas de muerte'); <<Ite nunc mortales, et magnis cogitauonibus pectora implete.
The most interesting poems in this collection are those that blend Virgilian pastoral with Renaissance eroticism, and those that invent mythopoetic origins for Bembo's local world; they display a mature classicism less mannered than the erudite constructions of Poliziano (for whose pectora docta Bembo wrote an epitaph included in this collection), more at ease in the idioms of classical epigram and elegy.
em que devemos religar merorem voce exprime, pectora manu tunde e vultum lacrimis riga.
Lucrecio en su de rerum natura[22] nos decia "O miseras hominum mentes, o pectora caeca
Lucrecio en su de rerum natura (22) nos decia: "O miseras hominum mentes, o pectora caeca
32: quibus spectatorum pectora suave mulcentibus ('wahrend diese lieblich die Herzen der Zuschauer bezauberten').
El rey debe jurar respetar esta ley y gobernar a su pueblo cum Dei timore in regendo corda sollicita, in operando facta moderata, in decernendo judicia justa, in parcendo pectora prompta, in conquirendo studia parca, in conservando vota sincera.
ac veluti magno in populo cum saepe coorta est seditio, saevitque animis ignobile vulgus, iamque faces et saxa volant--furor arma ministrat-- tum pietate gravem et meritis si forte virum quem conspexere, silent arrectisque auribus adstant; ille regit dictis animos, et pectora mulcet: sic cunctus pelagi cecidit fragor.
ac ueluti magno in populo cum saepe coorta est seditio saeuitque animis ignobile uulgus, iamque faces et saxa volant, furor arma ministrat; tum, pietate grauem ac meritis si forte uirum quem conspexere, silent arrectisque auribus astant; ille regit dictis animos et pectora mulcet.
Negant Camenis nec patent Apollini dicata Christo pectora.
Similarly they fail to identify the source for the epigraph to 'Apparent Failure' (although that task is not an easy one), they mistranslate the Latin pectora as 'souls' (436), and they think that 'glossa' in 'A Death in the Desert' (442) is the Latin for 'explanatory note' when the context (New Testament Greek) must mean that it is Greek for 'language'.
There follows the couplet 21-2, ardent uictrices et flammae pectora praebent/imponuntque suis ora perusta uiris, `the winners are afire and display their breast to the flame and lay their scorched mouths upon their husbands'.
1984, "Quid non-mortalia pectora coagis, Auri sacre fumes