multum in parvo


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multum in parvo

(ˈmʊltʊm ɪn ˈpɑːvəʊ)
much in a small space
[Latin]
References in classic literature ?
He was like one of those unreasoning but still highly useful, multum in parvo, Sheffield contrivances, assuming the exterior -- though a little swelled --of a common pocket knife; but containing, not only blades of various sizes, but also screw-drivers, cork-screws, tweezers, awls, pens, rulers, nail-filers, counter-sinkers.
Yahoo's legacy Punters with long memories will have recognised the yellow, black and white colours formerly associated with top chasers Yahoo and Multum In Parvo as they were carried to success in the beginners' chase by the Venetia Williams-trained Howard's Legacy.
While the entries are not, and were not intended to be, exhaustive, they will prove extremely useful: multum in parvo indeed.
This view, multum in parvo (the world in the detail), is not only a delusion, but also confuses a final object, which can only be some warped utopia, with the process of designing cities as well as the historical forces which change them.
Away from the Festival, Edwards struck in the 1990 Mackeson with Multum In Parvo while Pearlyman also took the 1987 Game Spirit Chase at Newbury.
Just 16 miles top to bottom and barely that across, Rutland's motto is Multum in Parvo - Much in Little.
I rode a few winners in my two years there before joining John Edwards at the time when he had good horses like Pearlyman, Kissane and Multum In Parvo.
Rutland's motto, Multum in Parvo, much in little, describes this independent county admirably.
Naturally, this engenders a multum in parvo view of the extant material.
Still usually associated with the later nineteenth century, this was already available from slop stores, frock shops like that run by Hogarth's sisters and all-purpose outfitting emporia like Allin's Multum in Parvo Warehouse in Birmingham well before the end of the eighteenth.
He was responsible for producing two subsequent big handicap winners - Multum In Parvo, who won the Mackeson for John Edwards in 1990, and Ebony Jane, who captured the Irish Grand National for Francis Flood in 1993.
Winning owner Alan Parker said: "It's my first ever homebred winner and he is named after my brother Howard, who sadly passed away about four years ago and owned Yahoo, Mackeson Gold Cup winner Multum In Parvo and Dakyn's Boy.