EO magis prfulgebat quod non videbatur—He shone the brighter that he was not seen.
Quis quid peccat, in EO punitur—he who sins will be punished by his sin!
Maledictus sit in totis compagibus membrorum, a vertice capitis, usque ad plantam pedis—non sit in EO sanitas.
In like manner we commonly express the present tense; as, I am going, EO.
And let EO, be perpendicular from the periphery aoi, unto e, the point of continuation or joyning together of the lines given.
The character shown here as EO was printed as EO joined by a single circumflex.
Suberat tamen vigor animi ingentibus negotiis par, EO acrior, quo somnum et inertiam magis ostentabat.
Multa enim (ut dixi) probanda in EO, multa etiam admiranda sunt; eligere modo curæ sit, quod utinam ipse fecisset.
Tum ad Sullam iter intendit et in EO itinere tres hostium exercitus aut fudit aut sibi adiunxit.
Against this, however, it must be stated that every somnambulism is not EO ipso hysterical.
word-forming element used from mid-19c. (first in Eocene) in compound words formed by earth-scientists and meaning "characterized by the earliest appearance of," from Greek eos "dawn," from PIE *aus-, cognate with Modern English east (q.v.). Piltdown Man, before exposed as a fraud, was known as Eoanthropus.