Populi in a sentence

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How to use populi in a sentence. Populi pronunciation.

I replied that I did not regard mustard poultices as panaceas, the _vox populi_ as the _Vox Dei_, or the policy of the other side as the machinations of the Devil; that politics was all a game of guess-work and muddle and compromise at the best; that, at the worst, as during a General Election, it was as ignoble a pastime as the wit of man had devised.
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Remembering the important evidence which he had furnished to the prosecution, only a few hours previous, when on the witness stand, people looked at one another questioningly; doubting the testimony of their own senses; and VOX POPULI was not inaptly expressed by the whispered ejaculation of Bedney to Dyce.
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Commẽtaria germaniæ in [HW] P. Cornelii Taciti, equitis Romani libellum, de situ, moribus, & populis Germanorum.
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Vox populi vox Dei,' I suppose, is your pious motto.
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Nilne te pudet, sceleste, populi in conspectum ingredi?
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Cum his considera peculiares certarum historiographos regionum, qui unius acta cuiusque populi curiosius operosiusque scrutati sunt.
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Testes item principes, reges, caesares, horumque respublicae, quorum et ipsorum pietas, et ditionum populi, et pacis bellique disciplina, se penitus in hac nostra doctrina catholica fundaverunt.
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Oblitus quod noster erat Pro nescia regis Corda, feris quanto populis discrimine constet Quod Latium docet arma ducem.
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Quanti populi habentur in urbibus, tantae paene habentur in desertis multitudines monachorum.
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It is true that they were described, in the same clause, as "chosen by the people"-which was, perhaps, as exact a concurrence in the maxim of Vox populi, vox Dei, as the boldest democrat of the day could demand.
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Vox populi_ has not been very much refined since Saul's day.
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It formed the model for another Βίος Ἑλλαδος by a certain Jason, and for Varro's _Vita Populi Romani_.
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The question as to Chaucer's own attitude towards the Wycliffite movement will be more conveniently touched upon below; but the tone is unmistakable of the references or allusions to Lollardry which he occasionally introduces into the mouth of his "Host," whose voice is that vox populi which the upper and middle classes so often arrogate to themselves.
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And in some greater and higher sense than we had yet perceived, the saying 'vox populi vox dei' was eternally true.
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Being popular, he was called _Vaux populi_.
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Unfortunately, this is contrary to public opinion in England, where the vox populi assumes the right of dictation upon matters and men in which it has had no experience.
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Had they arrived in the night, they would not have been seen, which spoils the effect somewhat, to speak the truth (for I grant that daylight is detrimental to them), and we would only have heard the voice of the people 'Vox populi, vox Dei'.
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Haec tam mira res maximos populi clamores excitat et Caesar Androclum vocat quaeritque causam, cur illi uni atrocissimus leo pepercisset.
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Androclus et poenâ solutus et leone suffragiis populi donatus.
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They who assure us _vox populi_ is the voice of God, are fairly open to the charge of ascribing to Him what orthodox pietists inform us exclusively belongs to the Father of evil.
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Examples of Populi

Example #1
To take it seriously would be the course of a fanatic, a man devoid of the sense of proportion.
Example #2
He laughed politely, because he conjectured I was speaking humourously-he is astute in some things-and begged me to explain.
Example #3
Mars Lennox is done turned a double summersett, and lit plum over on t'other side!
Example #4
It's about ekal to a spavinned, ring-boned, hamstrung, hobbled horse clearin' a ten-rail fence!
Example #5
Ex libris Henrici Cornelii Agrippæ.
Example #6
De vanitate scientiarum, declamatio inuectiua.