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rerum

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Rerum may refer to : Lacrimae rerum is the Latin for tears for things. Rerum novarum is an encyclical issued by Pope Leo XIII on May 16, 1891. Rerum Moscoviticarum Commentarii was a Latin book by Baron Sigismund von Herberstein on the geography, history...

Usage examples of rerum.

Eo cum venisset, circuitis omnibus hibernis, singulari militum studio in sumrma omnium rerum inopia circiter sescentas eius generis cuius supra demonstravimus naves et longas XXVIII invenit instructas neque multum abesse ab eo quin paucis diebus deduci possint.

Praefectus Urbis Romae, the two Magistri Militum in Praesenti, the Praepositus Sacri Cubiculi, the Magister Officiorum, the Quaestor, the Comes Sacrarum Largitionum, the Comes Rerum Privatarum, and the two Comites Domesticorum Equitum et Peditum.

Constat enim inter omnes nihil tam operose ab aliis esse perfectum, quod non horum elegantia commentariorum superetur: qui sunt editi, ne scientia tantarum rerum scriptoribus deesset, adeoque probantur omnium iudicio ut praerepta, non praebita, facultas scriptoribus videatur.

Rerum varietate anno MDLVIII edidi: erant enim reliquiæ librorum de subtilitate.

In other words, the deconstruction of the historia rerum gestarum, of the spectral reign of globalized capitalism, reveals the possibility of alternative social organizations.

There was also the Basel edition of Cicero's De natura deorum, bound in olive morocco with a pretty repoussé design… Dionysus Lambinus's edition of De rerum natura… and, most amazing of all, a copy of the Confessiones of St Augustine in the blind-tooled brown calfskin I recognised as that of the Caxton binder.

The coyer had flopped open to an epigraph on the first page of the 18th century tome, which read: Felix qui potuit rerum cognoscere causes.

Attica neglecto pereat facundia Phoebo: Indignis contingat honos, et pondera rerum.

Petri hic humasset, nequaquam nos Romani pontifices sic subjugassent, (Agnellus, Liber Pontificalis, in Scriptores Rerum Ital.

Caeterum etiam earum rerum usucapio nobis competit, quae non a domino nobis tradita fuerint, si modo eas bona fide acceperimus Gaius, l ii.