The opinions of philosophers, physicians, and poets are to be alleged and received in causes. Co. Litt 264.
What is ANCTORITATES PHILOGOPHORUM, MEDICO- RUM, ET POETARUM, SUNT IN CAUSIS ALLE- GANDSE ET TENENDAE?
- DA TUA DNM TNA SUNT, POST MORTEM TUNC TUA NON SUNT
- SUNT MINORIS CULPE
- BENIGNE FACIENDAE SUNT INTERPRETA- TIONES, PROPTER SIMPLICITATEM LAICORUM, UT RES MAGIS VALEAT QUAM PEREAT
- DE IIS QUI PONENDI SUNT IN AS- 6ISIS
- DEBITUM ET CONTRACTUS SUNT NULLIUS LOCI
- AUCUPIA VERHORUM SUNT JNDICE INDIGNA
- CUM LEGITIMES NUPTIAE FACTA; SUNT, PA- TREM LIBERI SEQUUNTUR
- BENIGNIUS LEGES INTERPRCTANDSE SUNT QUO VOLUNTAS EARUM CONSERVETUR
- DE NOMINE PROPRIO NON EST CURANDUM CUM IN SUBSTANTIA NON ERRCTUR; QUIA NOMINA MUTABILIA SUNT, RES AUTCM IMMOBILE
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