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  • Marcus Porcius Cato (234 BC – 149 BC), Roman statesman, often called "The Censor," Sapiens, Priscus, or Major (the Elder), to distinguish him from Cato
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  • Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus (26 April 121 – 17 March 180) was a Stoic philosopher, and Roman Emperor from 161 to his death in 180; born Marcus
    69 KB (11,477 words) - 19:16, 2 February 2016
  • Marcus Tullius Cicero (3 January 106 BC – 7 December 43 BC), also known by the anglicized name Tully, in and after the Middle Ages, was a Roman philosopher
    52 KB (7,740 words) - 05:44, 3 February 2016
  • I'm very content. Marcus Leatherdale, Canadian photographer, quoted in "Banaras: Eclipsed by a camera : The timeless portraits of Marcus Leatherdale" in
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  • Nationality (7 December 1869), by F. Douglass, Boston, Massachusetts. Marcus Chaplin: Don't ever confuse my nation with its current ruler. "The Pointy
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  • work, also known as the "Handbook of Electioneering", was addressed to Marcus Tullius Cicero, the author's brother. Another translation of the passage
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  • tickets to show they are paying customers] [About Marcus Brody] I made that up, Dad. You know Marcus; he got lost, once, in his own museum! I misjudged
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  • the sky, never rising to show that he was alive until Marcus Agrippa had routed the enemy. Marcus Antonius, taunting Augustus for his conduct during the
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  • XXVIII. 25. Facinus quos inquinat æquat. Those whom guilt stains it equals. Marcus Annaeus Lucanus, Pharsalia, V. 290. Nulla manus belli, mutato judice, pura
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  • Nicholas Grimald, preface to his translation of Marcus Tullius Cicero. Three Bookes of Duties to Marcus his Sonne. Same expression in Gower, Confessio
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  • ask me. [later] G'Kar: [admiring Marcus's (closed) Minbari fighting pike] May I? [Marcus hands him the pike.] Marcus Cole: To open it, you press… [G'Kar
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  • 413-426), book 19, chapter 21; in The Works of Aurelius Augustine, trans. Marcus Dods (1871), vol. 2, p. 331. The aim of justice is, as the Romans used
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  • on by rival valor. Marcus Annaeus Lucanus, Pharsalia, I. 120. In vain doth valour bleed, While Avarice and Rapine share the land. John Milton, Sonnet
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  • usus. Experience is always sowing the seed of one thing after another. Marcus Manilius, Astronomica, I. 90. What man would be wise, let him drink of
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  • with the same weapons of reason which today arm you against the present. Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Meditations. People ask me to predict the future, when
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  • Gutenberg The Politics of Zora Neale Hurston by Marcus Epstein Zora Neale Hurston's Views on Race by Marcus Epstein Zora Neal Hurston US postage stamp. Their
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  • themselves – such is the limit of growth ordained by heaven for success. ~ Marcus Annaeus Lucanus 3 Zarbon 05:02, 7 July 2008 (UTC) 1 Kalki 01:04, 19 October
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  • he might have gone by land; the third, that he had remained one whole day without doing any business of moment. Life of Marcus Cato Marius said, "I see
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  • line 162. Labor est etiam ipsa voluptas. Labor is itself a pleasure. Marcus Manilius, Astronomica, IV. 155. Bowed by the weight of centuries he leans
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  • this law, whether written or unwritten, is necessarily unjust and wicked. Marcus Tullius Cicero, De Legibus (On the Laws), Book I, Chapter XV (translation
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