festus: We live in deeds, not years; in thoughts, not breaths.
Agrippa said to festus, "I should like to hear the man myself."
"Then I am glad he has not sold me one of his own," said festus Clasby.
There is no doubt that the line is from Ennius; it is also quoted as his in festus, p. 355.
But they both—and more particularly festus Willard—appreciated the courage and honor of the "Clarion's" new standards.
You see now, most noble festus, the reason of my journey hitherwards.
Then, unhappily, festus--who was a just and good governor--died, and Albinus succeeded him.
Wurzburg, where festus and Paracelsus had been as students, is on its banks.
None of you need fear anything; you have my assurances; I am here by the permission of the noble festus.
Anne felt the presence of the swashing festus, and stopped her reading.