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VizVidelicet (Latin: That is; Namely)
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For example, Cicero notes suggestively that Caerellia had been "inflamed" with a zeal for philosophy (Caerellia studio videlicet philosophiaeflagrans).
The presence of the adverb videlicet (meaning "that is" or "undoubtedly") clearly indicates what the author wanted to say: the "Roman" faith was one and the same with the "Greek" one, or the "Roman faith" was also "Greek," there being no question of a "Roman faith" different from the "Greek faith.
Praedicator itaque debet habere aurum, argentum et balsamum, videlicet sapientiam, et eloquentiam, et honestatem, ut quod dicat intelligat, et quod dixerit et intellixerit, agat.
114-15; Abelard, Dialogus, ii, 86-87: 'sicut haec ipsa bona voluntas quae justitia dicitur, timore aliquo vel cupiditate evanescit'; 'adversus cupiditatem temperantia sumet frenum'; 'adversus timorem fortitudo clypeum'; 'Est quidem fortitudo considerata, id est rationabilis laborum perpessio et periculorum susceptio'; 'quod maxime pendet de amore justitiae, quem bonum zelum dicimus in propulsandis videlicet aut vindicandis malis'.
De contrario dicte virtutis videlicet incontinencia beatus Bernardus ita.
Do videlicet Vidriales, Teyram et Carvaledam, cum omnibus directuris etpertinenciis suis.
San Agustin fue uno de los cristianos que mas alabo al poeta con frases como: "poeta noster"; "nobilissimus Vergilii versus"; "poeta nobilissimus"; y la hermosa nota en su Ciudad de Dios, donde, sin duda, Agustin esta hablando, tambien, de si mismo: "quem [Vergilium] propterea parvuli legunt, ut videlicet poeta magnus omniumque praeclarissimus atque optimus teneris ebibitus animis non facile oblivione possit abolere" (15).
175, Turnhout: Brepols, 1965, 175-234: 186-7: "Quae omnia nunc a nobis sunt praetermittenda, ut estimo, exceptis eorum edificiorum structuris quae in locis sanctis, crucis videlicet et resurrectionis, mirificae fabricata sunt.
Uno, presse et proprie, quia videlicet est peccatum, veniale saltem, contra divinum vel humanum ius.
En el mismo latin, no se usa, pues este idioma recurre a scilicet, videlicet.
et ex eaIIII filiasprogenuit, que postea nupserunt, videlicet Ottoni postea imperatori et regi Hyspanie et regi Boemie atque duci Brabantie (.
The self-venerating wise men and their pupils employed themselves in public buildings (the Videlicet School of Medicine, the College of France, the Faculty of Sciences and the Veterinary School at Alfort), where they took "tame and inoffensive animals" and "having bound them carefully for their own safety, proceeded to cut, hew, saw, gouge, bore, and lacerate the flesh, bones, marrow, heart, and brains of the creatures groaning helpless at their feet.