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By this, the other passage in the book _de locis Hebr.
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To this purpose Hippocrates also writeth in his book, De Aere, Aqua et Locis, that in his time there were people in Scythia as impotent as eunuchs in the discharge of a venerean exploit, because that without any cessation, pause, or respite they were never from off horseback, or otherwise assiduously employed in some troublesome and molesting drudgery.
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In the midst of this wreck of ancient books and utensils, with a gravity equal to Marius among the ruins of Carthage, sat a large black cat, which, to a superstitious eye, might have presented the _genius loci,_ the tutelar demon of the apartment.
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For Bede, see his De Locis Sanctis in Tobler's Itinera, vol.
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For Petrus Diaconus, see his book De Locis Sanctis, edited by Gamurrini, Rome, 1887, pp. 126, 127.
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As to Melanchthon, see especially his Loci Communes, 1521; and as to the enormous growth of commentaries in the generations immediately following, see Charles Beard, Hibbert Lectures for 1883, on the Reformation, especially the admirable chapter on Protestant Scholasticism; also Archdeacon Farrar, history of Interpretation.
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For Petrus Diaconus, see his book De Locis Sanctis, edited by Gamurrini, Rome, 1887, pp.
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Vt quos iam diu prô dolor, circunuallant lupi rapaces & famelici, qui non modicam gallicarum ouium multitudinem, locis & ciuitatibus cõpluribus, pestiferis suæ doctrinæ dentibus iam deuorarũt, reliquum gregem hauddubiè voraturi, nisi eorum conatibus diligenter & quàm citissimè eatur obuiàm.
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Loci cõmunes theologici recèns collecti & recogniti.
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Hi saltem in occultis locis prostant: vos in foro ipso.
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OCEANO CINCTUM, et religiosi monachi dicti loci.
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Modo pol percepi, Libane, quid istuc sit loci: ubi fit polenta, te fortasse dicere.
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Propemodum ubi loci fortunae tuae sint facile intellegis.
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In Herbario D. Sturt absque ulla indicatione loci vel stationis.
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Nulla indicatio loci v. stationis, in Herbario.
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The 'genius loci' was limping about the pleasant mansion with the rheumatism which then expressed itself to his friends in a resolute smile, but which now insists upon being an essential trait of the full-length presence to my mind: a short stout figure, helped out with a cane, and a grizzled head with features formed to win the heart rather than the eye of the beholder.
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Haec proprios nuper tutata est insula saltus; Sive loci ingenio, seu Domini genio.
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It was thus to a university with ancient associations, with a _religio loci_, and with more united and harmonious student-life than is customary in Scotland, that Murray came in 1881.
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But we were on the prairie, where the GENIUS LOCI is at war with all nervous apprehensions; and I presume that neither Raymond nor I thought twice of the matter that evening.
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It was this period which produced the various books of Loci Communes Theologici.
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Examples of Loci

Example #1
This call to Abraham is peculiar only as to its form; as to its essence, it is ever repeating itself.
Example #2
From the direction of the road which Jacob took, he only _ surmises_ that it was situated thereabouts; and since there was, in the neighbourhood of Bethlehem, a place called "the place of the shepherds," he, from a mere combination, declares this to be identical with the Tower of the flock; while, after all, he is so cautious as not at once to reject the only true derivation of this name from the shepherds at the birth of Christ.
Example #3
On the other part, in opposition and repugnancy hereto, the philosophers say that idleness is the mother of luxury.
Example #4
For the same reason was a camp or leaguer of old called castrum, as if they would have said castum; because the soldiers, wrestlers, runners, throwers of the bar, and other such-like athletic champions as are usually seen in a military circumvallation, do incessantly travail and turmoil, and are in a perpetual stir and agitation.
Example #5
The floor, as well as the table and chairs, was overflowed by the same _mare magnum_ of miscellaneous trumpery, where it would have been as impossible to find any individual article wanted, as to put it to any use when discovered.
Example #6
A large old-fashioned oaken table was covered with a profusion of papers, parchments, books, and nondescript trinkets and gewgaws, which seemed to have little to recommend them, besides rust and the antiquity which it indicates.