The decision provoked an expression of “stern opposition” from Cui.
Cui frater suus proprius, verba contumeliosa equanimiter non ferens, sic ait: Cum mihi capud fregeris, penam dabis.
He had adopted as his motto and watchword the fatal Cui bono?
This quoi is for Cui; the caccabus was the kettle in which the fowl was cooked.
And straightway hereupon, arose the natural question of Cui bono?
In tempo in Cui ebbi l'onore di darle Lezzione di Musica in Berlino.
In both huic and Cui it represents an earlier oi (hoic, quoi).
Cui ait "Commede, miser, uitulum istum, quia multum eo R1 163c indiges."
But he had got so far as to ask himself the question,—Cui bono?
Perfectus medicus erit, Cui Mars et Venus fuerint in sexta, says Almansor.