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Quod licet ingratum... .a 554 : Satis eloquentiæ...
j646 Solitndinem faciunt.
p 529 Sperat infestis, metuit..
.j 551 Sperat quidem animus. .d 557
.1 532' Speravimus ista..
- volunt omnes...
.e 542 Sperne voluptater
--- sua enique dies.
tacitus pasci si.
.9 527 Strangulat inclusus dolor.
tamen ut fu80...
.0 529 Stultum est in luctu.
-- est timere.....
..n 535 Stultus est qui fructus.
-f 554 Suæ quemque fortunæ. A 527
...k 522 Sua quisque exempla..
..f 540 Sublimi feriam sidera.
..h 535 Successus improborum.
x 558 Sui cuique mores.
..k 506 Sumite materiam.
...$ 561 Sermo animi est imago........l 565 Summam nec metuas diem
...I 564 Sermoni haic obsonas.........i 565 Summa petit livor.
j 510 cadere necesse............9513 Superstitio, in quá..
..... a 531
judicas, cognosce, ........ 541 Suspectum semper..
cuique incommodum.... 5
..d 542 Tacent, satis laudant..
.......m 519 quoties homines.. ..b 511 Tacitum vivit sub..
...d 562 sine amore, jocisque. .1 545 Tale tuum carmen.
m 526 Talis hominibus est.
.k 550 Tantum religio potuit..
vultis nihil timere.....
- series junctura...
..9 510 Tarde qux credita...
itur ad astra.
.8 537 Tardo amico nihil est..
... 519 Tecum habita, et nôris.
.1511 Te de aliis quam.
.....d 553 Silent leges inter arma.. ..6 573 Teloque animus.
j 672 Temporis ars medicina........256
.: 559 Singula de nobis anni.. ..p 567 Tempus edax rerum.....
..b 512 - in agrorum...
- piger ad panas........ j 562 Teneris, heu, lubrica .......... 575
. .9 572
... i 575
ignis in aquam. ..9509 Viri infelices, procul.. .W 549
Virtus est medium. .....t 571
.m 525 sæpe summa ingenia.. ..c 531 est vitium fugere.........571
.e 514 sementem feceris.. ..t 510 etiamsi quosdam.
in nsu sui.
.b 568 laudatur et..
Virtute ambire oportet.
- nemo unquam.
m 562 Virtutis expers...
. f 514
e 546 Vitä сedat uti conviva...
ipsa quâ fruimur. o 544
p 535 Velle parum est; cupias.. .h 504 Vitæ est avidus quisquis.....m 560
.8 572 Vitanda est improba..
..$ 511 Veritas nunquam perit. i 569 Vitium commune omnium...m 503
... 569 Vivimus exiguo melius.
j 554 Vivite felices....
--• ubi plura....
.a 516 hora per orbem.
..k 568 Voluptates commendat. ..1 519
.9 538 Victrix fortunæ sapientia. f 574 Vulgo dicitur multos.... .h 529
.n 556 Victuros agimus semper.. .p 505 Vulgus amicitias...
.p 571 Vulnera nisi tacta....
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