cotta made a sign to him to take a place by his side, on the same couch.
The Bravo went in with him, and began to help him out of his cotta and cassock.
Epicurus has been more than sufficiently refuted; but I would willingly hear your own sentiments, cotta.
General Montero and the Spanish refugees then emerged from the cotta.
If any sentiments, indeed, are communicated without obscurity, what is there that Velleius can understand and cotta not?
The province of Cilicia was assigned to him, Bithynia to cotta.
There were also younger poets, not yet published, whom he will not name, with the necessary exception of cotta Maximus (39-44).
You oppose me, replies cotta, with stories, but I ask reasons of you244.
A feeling of superstitious anxiety recalls to their minds the disaster of Sabinus and cotta, slain at the same place.
From cotta, which he had won, Murat turned upon the advanced guard of Klenau's corps, and destroyed it.