26) Et dimissa turba ascendit in montem solus orare
(Mt 14.23) 7 waes forleten l gelefed here astag in mor he ane to biddanne (Li) 7 pa forlet para mengu astag on dune ane him gebiddan (Ru1) 7 pa he hig forlaeten haefde he eode on pone munt 7 hyne paer ana gebaed (WSCp) 'and when he had left them he went up on the hill and there prayed all by himself' 27) potestis bibere calicem quem ego bibiturus sum (Mt 20.22) magage drinca calic done ic drincende beom l drinca willo (Li) magon git dene kaelic drincan be ic drincande beom (Ru1) mage gyt drincan pone calic de ic to drincenne haebbe (WSCp) 'Can you drink of the cup that I shall drink of?.' 3.3.9.
Are we really si tale quicunque orare
non debuit, supposed to think that Herennius multo minus exorare debuerat.
Its coat of arms bears the words 'Laborare est Orare
', meaning 'To work is to pray'.
Not as missionaries to convert, not as profit-seeking traders to exploit the native, but as honest workmen did they come with hammer and saw in hand, prepared to earn their daily bread by the sweat of the brow, to teach the dusky savage the dignity of labour, the usefulness of honest work, that laborare est orare
The motto of Christian monasticism, Laborare et Orare--to work and to pray--has always invited such variations as Orare
est Laborare--to pray is to work or Laborare est Orare--to work is to pray.
Although many investors have become more wary about buying a new endowment linked to their mortgage, sales are booming in the other side of the market - the trading of second hand policies that owners who may debt problems, changed their mortgage orare
getting divorced, do not need any more.
et de scopos dicitur oroscopus : marliers 43.
oracle Latin oraculum,a derivative of orare
to pray to, supplicate
The epistle has drawn attention for both its length and its abundant use of biographical and autobiographical material:(5) in contrast to the caricature sketch of Scaeva in the Seventeenth Epistle, a poem concerned with similar issues, the figure of Lollius here appears rooted in history, a young man who has fought in the Cantabrian wars and who now wishes to attach himself to a patron; at the end of this verse letter of friendly advice, the praeceptor turns to his own life, as an exemplum of near self-sufficiency, a person contentedly at the mercy of the whims of Jove, rather than those of a patron: sed satis est orare
Iovem qui ponit et aufert, / det vitam, det opes: aequum mi animum ipse parabo (Ep.
Speech enters the present poem through etymology: "inexorable" with its root in "orare
," to speak, and perhaps a false parallel in "ordained," which is rooted not in speech but in regulating and ordering.
(Lat, oraculum, from orare
, " to speak; to pray " ) The answer of a god or an inspired priest to an inquiry respecting the future; the deity giving the response; or the place where the deity could be consulted.
Allow us to finish that process,' they said through lawyer Jared Orare