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(Biography) the former English name for (Marcus Tullius) Cicero
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1. Marcus Tullius, ( “Tully” ), 106–43 B.C., Roman statesman, orator, and writer.
2. a city in NE Illinois, near Chicago. 61,670.
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Noun1.Tully - a Roman statesman and orator remembered for his mastery of Latin prose (106-43 BC)Tully - a Roman statesman and orator remembered for his mastery of Latin prose (106-43 BC)
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That it was abundantly sufficient to reconcile the mind to any of these mischances, to reflect that they are liable to befal the wisest of mankind, and are undoubtedly for the good of the whole." He said, "It was a mere abuse of words to call those things evils, in which there was no moral unfitness: that pain, which was the worst consequence of such accidents, was the most contemptible thing in the world;" with more of the like sentences, extracted out of the second book of Tully's Tusculan questions, and from the great Lord Shaftesbury.
A second sort, is of those that have some natural dispositions which have better grace in youth, than in age; such as is a fluent and luxuriant speech; which becomes youth well, but not age: so Tully saith of Hortensius, Idem manebat, neque idem decebat.
"You have touched upon a subject, senor canon," observed the curate here, "that has awakened an old enmity I have against the plays in vogue at the present day, quite as strong as that which I bear to the books of chivalry; for while the drama, according to Tully, should be the mirror of human life, the model of manners, and the image of the truth, those which are presented now-a-days are mirrors of nonsense, models of folly, and images of lewdness.
The unlucky-in-love outspoken single mum was first played by Susan Tully back in 1985 - when Tully was just 17 and fresh from her role as Suzanne Ross in Grange Hill.
Release date- 07082019 - Qantas is pleased to announce that Stephanie Tully, who is currently Executive Manager of Group Brand and Marketing, will move to the role of Chief Customer Officer.
After coming off the court from a great women's open singles final, Ciana Ni Churraoin grabbed Fiona Tully while Catriona Casey partnered with outdoor star Tracy Davis to make for an interesting matchup of styles at the highest quality of women's doubles play.
Truck enthusiast John Tully, who lived in Shallon near Julianstown in Co Meath, died from a heart attack in 2017.
Tully, Jr, as the new Scientific Editors for the Journal of Avian Medicine and Surgery.
He struck up a friendship with 24-year-old Clive Tully, a New Zealander who had relatives in the Newport area.
Soon after being released from prison, Green had struck up a friendship with a 24-year-old man called Clive Tully, a New Zealander who had relatives in theNewportarea.
A policeman at a road lay-by during investigations for the murder of Clive Tully in March 1990
The David James Group, based in Oakbrook Terrace, has hired Bridget Tully as manager for digital media and content.