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Tiberius said to Galba, Tu quoque, Galba, degustabis imperium.
They would in you,' I retorted, and my tu quoque shut him up and seemed to puzzle him.
Not that tu quoque is an argument, but is there an industry with a history more pockmarked by fraud and abuse than the media industry--especially the New York Times?
This seems to open the complaining party to a tu quoque criticism.
Nesta perspectiva, surge o fenomeno do tu quoque (no vernaculo: "tu tambem" ou "ate tu"), conhecido como uma das manifestacoes da boa-fe objetiva e introduzido entre nos por influencia da doutrina e jurisprudencia portuguesas, as quais, por sua vez, foram haurir nas fontes alemas a configuracao do instituto em comento.
e descreve tristemente o exilio, e a sua reaccao quando, reconhecendo a mae, a tenta em vao abracar e a acusa: crudelis tu quoque.
Veamos como te proteges de los argumentos ad-hominem circumstanticz y, de paso, veamos tambien como, de rebote, construyes la acusacion mediante los argumentos tu quoque (tu tambien).
The tu quoque, meaning "you're another," defends one's actions by pointing out that others acted in a similar fashion.
In this last category (Howard's favorite) are Jonson's Eastward Ho (1605) and Davenant's Greene's Tu Quoque (1662).
Another common con has the Latin name tu quoque meaning "Thou also.
Non si tratterebbe del resto, in Apuleio, di un uso isolato: la collocazione di quoque e infatti piuttosto ambigua anche a 5,31,3 quid tale, domina, deliquit tuus filius, ut animo pervicaci voluptates illius impugnes et, quam ille diligit, tu quoque perdere gestis?
Clearly, there is reference here to John Cooke's Greene's Tu Quoque, or the Cittie Gallant, a play first acted in 1611 by Queen Anne's Men at the Red Bull under Thomas Greene's leadership.