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vitium

An obsolete term for any defect, fault.

vitium

(vĭsh′ē-ŭm) plural.vitia [L., fault]
A fault, defect, or vice.
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Contra el maldezir offers no new doctrines on the vitia linguae, but instead simply synthesizes essential distinctions widely available from canonical authorities such as Aquinas (Summa Theologiae 2a.2ae.72-76) to popular manuals of pastoral care, such as Guido de Monte Rochen's handbook for curates.
Ni la elegante pintura que hizo Ovidio de los triunfos del vicio en la edad del hierro me parece igual a la profundidad de aquella sentencia con que Livio lamento la ultima corrupcion del pueblo romano: Ad haec tempora perventum est, quibus nec vitia nostra possumus pati, nec remedia [Desde la fundacion de Roma, Prefacio: Se llego a estos tiempos en que no somos capaces de soportar nuestros vicios ni tampoco su remedio] (TCU, IV, VIII, [seccion] V, 13; 1730).
Ac perinde cuncta quae huic virtuti adversantur vitia, violationes quaedam sunt et corruptelae dominiorum, rerumque possessionum, quae subinde iniuriarum genera contractaque debita restitutionis beneficio repensari debent.
That someone might come to the Arbat (!) and besmirch Vitia's memory.
Satira dicitur carmen apud Romanos nunc quidem maledicum et ad carpenda hominum vitia archaeae comoediae charactere conpositum ...
Ingeniosus ille vir fuit, magnum exemplum Romanae eloquentiae daturus nisi illum enervasset felicitas, immo castrasset; 114.4: Quomodo Maecenas vixerit notius est quam ut narrari nunc debeat quomodo ambulaverit, quam delicatus fuerit, quam cupierit videri, quam vitia sua latere noluerit.
Born in Moscow into an intelligentsia family (his father was a translator of Polish literature and a confidant of Maksim Gor'kii), Viktor Markovich Vitia to his many friends--pursued the study of Russian language and linguistics, receiving both his candidate's and doctoral degrees (1977 and 1992) from the Kafedra of Applied and Theoretical Linguistics, Faculty of Philology, at Moscow State University.
Quoad alia asserta vitia a Cl.mo Patrono citata, scilicet assertam violationem iurium fidelium de quibus in cann.
Plant species that contained no yeast were removed from list: Hemerocallis fulva, Melilotus alba, Silene noctiflora, Silene vulgaris, Trifolium repens, Vitia cracca, Viola striata Total sample Aureobasidium Candida Plant species N pullulans [dagger] bombi Silene latifolia (F) 366 107 5 Silene latifolia (M) 340 101 6 Asclepias syriaca 3 1 Barbarea vulgaris 3 2 Campsis radicans 1 Coronilla varia 16 8 1 Dianthus armeria 5 Impatiens eapensis 6 3 Iris versicolor 1 1 Lathyrus latifolius 7 3 Leonurus cardiaca 9 2 Lonicera japonica 19 9 1 Lonicera tatarica 1 1 Medicago sativa 2 Melilotus officinalis 2 1 Nepeta cataria 29 9 1 Prunella vulgaris 2 1 Saponana officinalis 17 5 2 Satureja vulgaris 9 Trifolium pratense 18 5 Vicia villosa 2 1 Tota1 sample 858 259 17 Sphaeriothyrium sp.
Tal explicacion, que remonta cuando menos a Diomedes, la retoman las Etimologias de Isidoro (1993, 708, VIII, vii, 7), cuando afirman que a los escritores satiricos, como Persio, Horacio o Juvenal << nudi pinguntur, eo quod per eos vitia singula denudentur >>.
120.8: sunt enim, ut scis, virtutibus vitia confinia, et perditis quoque ac turpibus recti similitude est (Defects are in fact, as you know, coterminous with excellences, and a likeness [similitudo] of rightness can be found even in the dissolute and base).