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  • he regarded as one who profana proditione immaculatam fidem subvertere conatus est. In their bearing upon the question of papal infallibility these words
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  • Theologicæ, in qua Georgius Sohn, Professor Academiæ Heidelbergensis, conatus est docere Pontificem Romanum esse Antichristum a Prophetis et Apostolis
    335 bytes (396 words) - 20:47, 7 October 2011
  • Theologicæ, in qua Georgius Sohn, Professor Academiæ Heidelbergensis, conatus est docere Pontificem Romanum esse Antichristum à Prophet is et Apostolis
    346 bytes (717 words) - 10:02, 7 December 2010
  • Commentarius; in quo preter ejusdem Insulæ Situm, nominis originem … Pii Conatus et Res a Principe O-Neillo ad fidem Catholicam propagandam feliciter gestæ
    364 bytes (364 words) - 17:24, 23 February 2013
  • “videt digitum statuæ usque ad volam manus recurvatum, et quantumvis conatus annulum reeuperare, nec digitum inflectare nec annulum valuit extrahere
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  • disputationis theologicæ in qua Georgius Sohn, Professor Academiæ Heidelburgensis, conatus est docere Pontificum Romanum esse Antichristum a prophgetis et apostolis
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  • Imposturarum Anonymi Papistæ, qui Dialogo sub ementito titulo, Deus et Rex, conatus est astruere Potestatem Populo-Papalem ad coercionem et depositionem Regum
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  • little volume of collected Latin verse, entitled ‘Parerga sive Poetici Conatus,’ containing a fulsome dedication to the king and a profoundly respectful
    356 bytes (1,363 words) - 19:43, 5 October 2011
  • animals were originally worms; the inferior metals must be regarded as conatus naturae towards the production of gold. The indefinite variability of species
    408 bytes (1,921 words) - 19:56, 24 April 2016
  • -ōris, m., fear, Cf. timeō undique, adv., from all sides cōnor, cōnārī, cōnātus sum, attempt, try ēgredior, ēgredī, ēgressus sum, move out, disembark;
    391 bytes (3,856 words) - 15:33, 15 November 2011
  • wisdom and sufficiency, that do nothing or little very solemnly: magno conatu nugas. It is a ridiculous thing and fit for a satire to persons of judgment
    428 bytes (982 words) - 01:53, 26 January 2016
  • wisdom and sufficiency, that do nothing or little very solemnly: magno conatu nugas [with great effort, trifles]. It is ridiculous thing and fit for a
    308 bytes (525 words) - 01:18, 10 April 2015
  • wisdom and sufficiency, that do nothing or little very solemnly: "magno conatu nugas." It is a ridiculous thing, and fit for a satire to persons of judgment
    355 bytes (504 words) - 02:21, 12 June 2015
  • for ms. ing-—“huge.” Cf. ch. 18, p. 524, n. 10. The ms. reads excitata conatus (according to Hild.); corrected, as above, by the insertion of ad. Quam
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  • follows that love or the will is in a continual conatus and effort to form all these. There is a conatus and effort towards the human form, because God
    76 KB (14,172 words) - 09:07, 18 April 2012
  • pergentibus stationem, sub Tauri montis radicibus positam: egredique sequuto die conatus, invalenti morbi gravitate detentus est: paulatimque urente calore nimio
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  • fontes adire non potuit, sed solam fere trans- lationem Latinam explicare conatus est." (Kosenmiiller, Hist. Inter pret., iii. 40.) tion. He engaged restlessly
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  • corrected in the edition of 1633, but not in that of 1628. 175 ^  Page 87, line 17. Page 87, line 21. conactu.—The editions of 1628 and 1633 read conatu.
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  • rests on an abstraction, and that we must assume the concept of energy (conatus, impetus) at the beginning of mechanics. The same is true when we pass
    403 bytes (13,464 words) - 14:42, 26 November 2011
  • suo esse perseverare conatur,” and this conatus is its very essence or inmost nature. In the animals this conatus takes the form of appetite, in man of
    294 bytes (24,957 words) - 05:09, 16 January 2016

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