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The Tribes of Ireland: A Satire - Page 75
by Aengus O'Daly - 1852 - 112 pages
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The Decades of Henry Bullinger, Volumes 1-2

Heinrich Bullinger - Reformed Church - 1849
...the greater, if thou [4 videt intus edentem Vipereas carnes, vitiorum alimenta suorum, Invidiam.— Pallor in ore sedet, macies in corpore toto: Nusquam recta acies : livent rubigino denies ; Pectora felle virent: lingua est suffusa vcneno; Risus abest, nisi qucm visi movere...
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THE ANATOMY OF MELANCHOLY,

DEMOCRITUS MINOR - 1850
...slridor in dentibus, &c. 73 Ut tinea corrodit vestimentum sic, invidia? eum qui zelatur consumit. ™ Pallor in ore sedet, macies in corpore toto. Nusquam recta acies, livent rubigine denies. 75 Diaboli expressa Imago, toxicum charilatis, venenum amicitise, abyssus mentis, non est eo monstrosius...
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Selections from the Metamorphoses and Heroïdes of Ovid: With Notes ...

1851
...inerti. 375 Utque deam vidit formâque armisque decoram, Ingemuit, vultumque ima ad suspiria duxit. Pallor in ore sedet, macies in corpore toto, Nusquam recta acies ; livent rubigine dentes, Pectora felle virent, lingua est suffusa veneno ; 380 Risus abest, nisi quem visi movêre dolores...
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The tribes of Ireland: a satire, with poetical tr. by J. C. Mangan; together ...

Aenghus O'Daly - 1852
...one of the O'Connors." 3 Injure me. The Bard got so much afraid of the begrudging eye of Thomas,that the bit stuck in his throat. The begrudging eye was...corpore toto, Nusquam recta acies, livent rubigine dentes ; Pectora felle virent, lingua est suffusa veneno.' ' 4 The sons of that son of Edmond, ie,...
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The power of the soul over the body: considered in relation to health and morals

George Moore - Mind and body - 1852 - 317 pages
...remember Ovid's fine description of Envy, the passion which Lord Bacon observes has " no holidays." " Pallor in ore sedet; macies in corpore toto; Nusquam recta acies ; livent rubigine denies : Fedora felle virent; lingua est suffusa venemo." The description of a well-known disease will not...
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The tribes of Ireland: a satire

Aengus O'Daly - Ireland - 1852 - 112 pages
...evil eye in other conntries is belicved to have the same, if not worse etfect. In Ovid's deseription of Envy, however, no effect of this kind is mentioned " Pallor in ore sedct, macics in corpora toto, Nusquam recta aeies, livent rubigine denies ; Pectora felle virent,...
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Alexandri Neckam De Naturis Rerum Libri Duo: With the Poem of the Same ...

Thomas Wright - Science, Medieval - 1863 - 521 pages
...inerti. " Utque deam vidit formaque armisque decoram, " Ingemuit, vultumque dese8 ad suspiria duxit. " Pallor in ore sedet, macies in corpore toto. " Nusquam recta acies, livent rubigine dentes, " Pectora feile virent, lingua est suffusa veneno. " Risus abest, nisi quem visi fecere4 dolores;...
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Excerpta e carminibus Catulli, Tibulli, Propertii, et Ovidii

Latin poetry - 1864 - 229 pages
...est corpus mortuum.' Hence, 'Envy pale and wan.' Ovid describes Invidia=Livor (Metamorph. ii. 775): ' Pallor in ore sedet ; macies in corpore toto ; Nusquam recta acies ; livent rubigine dentés, Pectora feile virent, lingua est suffuse veuenoj Sed videt ingratos, intabescitque videndo,...
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Opera omnia...

Ovid - 1868
...inerti. Utque deam vidit formaque armisque decorara, ingemuit vultumque deae ad suspiria duxit. 775 Pallor in ore sedet, macies in corpore toto, nusquam recta acies, livent rubigine dentés, pectora feile virent, lingua est suffusa veneno. Risus übest, nisi quern visi fecere dolores,...
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The Power of the Soul Over the Body

George Moore - Mind and body - 1868 - 436 pages
...remember Ovid's fine description of Envy, the passion which Lord Bacon observes has 'no holidays.' Pallor in ore sedet ; macies in corpore toto ; Nusquam recta acies ; livent rubigine dentes : Pectora felle virent ; lingua est suffusa veneno. The description of a well-known disease...
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