Si quis

Si` quis´


1.(Ch. of Eng.) A notification by a candidate for orders of his intention to inquire whether any impediment may be alleged against him.
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I forgot to mention that before he did so he said to Don Quixote, "Remember that you stand excommunicated for having laid violent hands on a holy thing, juxta illud, si quis, suadente diabolo.
But be it known to you, brave knights, that certain murderous caitiffs, casting behind them fear of God, and reverence of his church, and not regarding the bull of the holy see, Si quis, suadende Diabolo ''
Eius, Ult; Si Quis Ius Dicent Non Obtemp; De Iurisdict.
5), and pure punishment (48) (Digest, Si Quis Ius Dic.
Si quis ebur vel mista rubent ubi lilia multa / Alba rosa: tales virgo dat ore colores" [Virgil, Aen.
155) This is apparent from his collection of Parabolae, where he uses the same paradox: "We are quite surprised if we see a person doing something well of whom one would not expect it at all, as for example a Hollander skilled in horsemanship, a frugal Englishman, (156) o r an eloquent theologian" (Vehementius miramur, si quid recte faciunt a quibus tale nihil expectatur, veluti si quis Hollandum videat peritum equitem aut frugalem Anglum aut theologum eloquentem, ASD, 1, 5: 238, lines 272-76).
Quod si quis ex argumentorum differentia formas commetiatur, quum illorum infinita sit varietas, quis erit formarum modus?
Ioannes apostolus vel si quis alius est author libri Reuelationum non vulgarem fidem visionibus, quae vidit, praestari desiderat, horrendis destinans suppliciis eos qui vel adiecerint imprudenter vel ademerint quicquam temere iis quae scripta sunt in libro Prophetiae illius.
Si quis autem putet tam divulgatam impietatem, tamque acribus munitam ingeniis sola quadam simplici praedicatione fidei apud homines posse deleri, is a vero longius aberrare palam re ipsa procul dubio convincetur, majore admodum hic opus est potestate, id autem est vel divinis miraculis unique patentibus vel saltem philosophica quadam religione philosophic eam libentius audituris, quandoque persuasura.
Si quis autem hec tempestare presumpserit, indignationem omnipotentum del et Beatorum Petri et Pauli apostolorum eum se noverit incursurum.
Quanquam quid vel hoc opus erat dicere, quasi non ipso ex vultu fronteque, quod aiunt, satis quae sim prae me feram, aut quasi si quis me Mineruam aut Sophiam esse contendat, non statim solo possit obtutu coargui, etiam si nulla accedat oratio, minime mendax animi speculum" (74, 65-68).