Illi mors gravis incubat, qui notus nimis
omnibus, ignotus moritur sibi.
(1987, 90) mentions the difficulty of reconciling
2002; Cislaghi and Nimis
1997; Wolterbeek 2000), and terrestrial invertebrates are used for monitoring air and soils (Dallinger 1994).
Certiora sunt ista quam velim, nimis
dixisti tu Carine, Ego intellexi nimis
, utinam ego minus quaesissem, tu novisses minus.
male perdita tempora defle, dum licet, ac patriam versus vesfigia volve, vixisti in pelago nimis
irrequietus iniquo in portu morere .
Dulcia sunt adeo commissi gaudia nostri Ut memorata iuvent que placuere nimis
2, 208-209: "Porro autem nos contra divina mandata personarum acceptores in minoribus quidem sacerdotibus luxuriae iniquinamenta persequimur, in episcopis autem, quod nimis
absurdem est, per silentii tolerantiam veneramur.
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, "The Prosaics of the Ancient Novel," Arethusa 27.
Curiously, an axiom among Benedictines about to elect an abbot to guide the community suggests they select someone Ne numis sapiens, ne nimis
sanctus et ne nimis
sanus, someone not too smart, not too holy and not too healthy.
height, in his characteristic way, to the actualities, the level ground, of the job of work of writing, lyxuriantia compescet nimis
aspera sano/levabit cultu, virtute carentia tollet,/ ludentis speciem dabit et torquebitur ("He'll prune back whatever is overgrown, smooth out/ Whatever is rough, get rid of whatever weakness/ Inhibits power; he'll make it look like child's play,/ Although, in fact, he tortures himself to do so").
Pope Paul IV explained his actions in the Cum nimis
absurdum bull, which began with the following words: "Since it is absurd and utterly inconvenient that the Jews, who through their own fault were condemned by God to eternal slavery.