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  • Book of Proverbs   

Example sentences with "Liber Proverbiorum", translation memory

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nec Suillius questu aut exprobratione abstinebat, praeter ferociam animi extrema senecta liber et Senecam increpans infensum amicis Claudii, sub quo iustissimum exilium pertulisset.Suilius spared not complaint or indignant remonstrance; freespoken because of his extreme age as well as from his insolent temper, he taunted Seneca with his savage enmity against the friends of Claudius, under whose reign he had endured a most righteously deserved exile.
Ubi sunt liber et plumbum?Where's the book and the pencil?
Hic liber de Sinis est.This book deals with China.
Liber est.That's a book.
Quippe Liber festos laetosque ritus posuit, Iudaeorum mos absurdus sordidusque.This flattery is not paid to their kings, nor this honour to our Emperors.
Liber magnus est.The book is big.
Ecce liber tuus.Here is your book.
Ubi est liber?Where is the book?
Hic liber minor est.This book is smaller.
Is liber meus est.That is my book.
Mundus est liber; ii enim, qui non peregrinantur, unam tantum paginam legunt.The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page.
Ubi liber et plumbum sunt? Liber super mensam est, et plumbum prope fenestram est.Where are the book and pencil? The book's on the table, and the pencil's on the windowsill.
Liber tuus super mensam scriptoriam est.Your book is on the desk.
Hic liber minor quam ille est.This book is smaller than that one.
"Estne liber super mensam scriptoriam?" "Non est.""Is there a book in the desk?" "No, there isn't."
"Ubi liber eius est?" "Super mensam est.""Where is his book?" "It is on the table."
Ille liber Didymi est.That's Tony's book.
Liber tibi legendus erat.You ought to have read the book.
Hic interim liber honori Agricolae soceri mei destinatus, professione pietatis aut laudatus erit aut excusatus.Meanwhile this book, intended to do honour to Agricola, my father-in-law, will, as an expression of filial regard, be commended, or at least excused.
Hic liber novus est.This book's new.
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