vidimus

vidimus

(ˈvaɪdɪmʊs; ˈviːdɪmʊs)
n
(Law) a legal or official inspection
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References in classic literature ?
Erat quoque in eodem loco unica spinosa arbor, brevis admodum (quam nos ipsi nostris propriis oculis vidimus).
(15) "(...) discamus diem mortis non timere et non turbemur sicut ceteri homines, qui turbantur de morte, sicut vidimus [videmus] de morientibus qui transeunt et sunt in timore et turbacione maxima, quia nesciunt quo vadant et que fuerit spes eorum" (RIERA I SANS, 1981, p.
5 (4 November 1498) (excerpt): "Digna charitatis opera, quae vos in pauperes infirmos, ac defunctos (Sanctissimum ilium Thobiam imitantes) accepimus et vidimus, misericorditer exercere.
(6) The Latin phrase Vidimus seditionis horribilem daemonem omnia abruere, which is the actual text of a poem describing Jorgensen as a tyrant and insurrectionist at the end of his three-week reign in Iceland, is to be left in Latin.
Et nos vidimus et testificamur, quoniam pater misit filium suum salvatorem mundi.--1J 4, 14
(41.) Cicero makes an analogous point: We can love some historical characters or hate others, even without seeing them: etiam eos quos nunquam vidimus quodam modo diligamus (We feel affection in a certain way even for those people whom we have never seen, Amic.
(12.) "Vidimus eam et nos...." Hugh Farsit, Libellus de miraculis b.