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Definition of Marini

  • Italian poet (1569-1625)

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Marini Capellus and his adversaries The treatise of Danzius II.
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Nor has that old conscientious consistency in hatred yet fully relented: hardly a generation since has not seen some ecclesiastic, like Marini or De Bonald or Rallaye or De Gabriac, suppressing evidence, or torturing expressions, or inventing theories to blacken the memory of Galileo and save the reputation of the Church.
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Both these authors are devoted to the Church, but unlike Monsignor Marini, are too upright to resort to the pious fraud of suppressing documents or interpolating pretended facts.
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Even Whewell was evidently somewhat misled by him, but Whewell wrote before L'Epinois had shown all the documents, and under the supposition that Marini was an honest man.
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This argument also seems to have been foisted upon the world by the wily Monsignor Marini.
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The personage charged with presenting them to the world was Monsignor Marini.
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Despite the solemn promise of the papal court, the wily Marini became the instrument of the Roman authorities in evading the promise.
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The first effect of Monsignor Marini's book seemed useful in covering the retreat of the Church apologists.
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But some time later came an investigator very different from Monsignor Marini.
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Like Marini, L'Epinois was devoted to the Church; but, unlike Marini, he could not lie.
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This made all the intrenchments based upon Marini's statements untenable.
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The days of Monsignor Marini, it may be hoped, are gone.
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For Marini, see his Arca Noe: Thesaurus Linguae Sanctae, Venet., 1593, and especially the preface.
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The invention of the "contumacy" quibble seems due to Monsignor Marini, who appears also to have manipulated the original documents to prove it.
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Il Calloandro Fedele di Marini [12mo.
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Marini, Giovanni Battista, 2, 3.
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In the notes on Pliny's Natural History, Dr. Bostock and Mr. H. T. Riley[277] refer to the habits of dog-fishes ("Canes marini"), and quote from Procopius ("De Bell.
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The Queen was now quite exhausted, and General Acton rang the bell for the lady-in-waiting, who entered accompanied by the Duchesse Curigliano Marini, and they assisted Her Majesty to bed.
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She did not tell Merthyr that she had done anything to discover Emilia, and only betrayed that she was moving at all in a little conversation they had about a meeting at the house of his friend Marini, an Italian exile.
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Mr. Powys wrote to Marini to procure him an interview with Belloni as early as possible, and then he and Georgiana went down to Lady Charlotte.
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Examples of Marini

Example #1
THE SACRED THEORY OF LANGUAGE IN ITS SECOND FORM.
Example #2
THE SACRED THEORY IN ITS FIRST FORM.
Example #3
FROM BABEL TO COMPARATIVE PHILOLOGY.
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Nay, more: there are school histories, widely used, which, in the supposed interest of the Church, misrepresent in the grossest manner all these transactions in which Galileo was concerned.
Example #5
The Protestant Church was hardly less energetic against this new astronomy than the mother Church.
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For a collection of the slanderous theories invented against Galileo, see Martin, final chapters and appendix.