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  • taste of death but once. Caesar, Act II, scene ii. Friends, Romans, countrymen, lend me your ears; I come to bury Caesar, not to praise him. The evil
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  • Translation of the Pervigilium Veneris, written in the time of Julius Caesar, and by some ascribed to Catullus: Cras amet qui numquam amavit; Quique
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  • Shakespeare, Julius Cæsar (1599), Act I, scene 2, line 139 The foremost man of all this world. William Shakespeare, Julius Cæsar (1599), Act IV, scene
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  • suffering and to maximize security were natural and proper ends of society and Caesar. But then they became the only ends, somehow, and the only basis of law
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  • 'undred times. Brian: Yes sir, thank you sir, Hail Caesar sir. [calming down] Centurion: Hail Caesar. If it's not done by sunrise, I'll cut your balls
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  • instance of antiquity at this moment fresh in the minds and memory of all around me. But even the costly sacrifice of a Caesar did not propitiate the inexorable
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  • He says he does, being then most flattered. William Shakespeare, Julius Cæsar (1599), Act II, scene 1, line 208. They do abuse the king that flatter
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  • The liberal soul shall be made fat. Proverbs. XI. 25. Shall I say to Cæsar What you require of him? for he partly begs To be desir'd to give. It
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  • 928. Achilles Tatius—De Leucippes, Book VI. 17. Heliodorus, Book VIII. Cæsar—De Bello Gallico, III. 18. Quintilian—Institutes, Book VI, Chapter II, Section
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  • life Is bound in shallows and in miseries. William Shakespeare, Julius Cæsar (1599), Act IV, scene 3, line 218. Urge them while their souls Are capable
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  • If you have tears, prepare to shed them now. William Shakespeare, Julius Cæsar (1599), Act III, scene 2, line 173. No, I'll not weep: I have full cause
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  • Praise for the singing! Praise for the morning! Praise for them springing Fresh from the Word! ~ Eleanor Farjeon ~ proposed by Kalki 2010 Of what use
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  • here, And call in question our necessities. William Shakespeare, Julius Cæsar (1599), Act IV, scene 3, line 105. Necessity's sharp pinch! William Shakespeare
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  • we pay tribute to Caesar?" You know His answer: "Give me a coin – tell me whose profile is on it!." Of course they answer "Caesar's." The drachma is
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  • Charity, a plant divinely nurs'd. "Charity", line 573. (1781). "Regions Caesar never knew Thy posterity shall sway; Where his eagles never flew, None
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  • and Their Inner Meanings (2001) by Philip Kapleau Ave Cæsar, morituri te salutant. Hail Cæsar, we who are about to die salute you. The salutation of
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  • In states unborn and accents yet unknown. William Shakespeare, Julius Cæsar (1599), Act III, scene 1, line 111. God, if Thy will be so, Enrich the
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  • of men; Therefore thou sleep'st so sound. William Shakespeare, Julius Cæsar (1599), Act II, scene 1, line 229. Bid them come forth and hear me, Or
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  • l. 1 (1844). Believe me, it is no time for words when the wounds are fresh and bleeding; no time for homilies when the lightning's shaft has smitten
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  • the Church, he was Caesar and Pope in one; but he was Pope without the Pope's pretensions, and Caesar without the legions of Caesar. Without a standing
    119 KB (19,961 words) - 12:12, 30 January 2016

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