In utroque igitur necessitas inest: in hoc quidem sedendi, at uer in altero ueritatis.'
So to church they went; and Staines, whose motto was "hoc age," minded his book.
Cf. 73 haud scio an melius Ennius, 'probably Ennius speaks better'; also 74 incertium an hoc ipso die, 'possibly to-day'.
For the principal characteristic of Essence is to be separable and hoc Aliquid.
hoc studium ut magis expeteret, illis suis doloribus et pavoribus movebatur.
As you can plume yourself on this, so "in hoc Cygno, vinces!"
As was said about the first Christian emperor, so it may be said about the great Emperor in the heavens, ‘In hoc signo vinces!’
“hoc est corpus,” the other muttered, his dreamy gaze on the table.
Creatura in nullo debet parificari Deo, si autem non habuisset initium durationis et esse, in hoc parificaretur Deo.
In utroque igitur necessitas inest: in hoc quidem sedendi, at vero in altero veritatis.
Latin, literally "this."
Latin, "after this." Especially in post hoc, ergo propter hoc, logical fallacy, literally "after this, therefore because of this."
Latin, literally "for this (specific purpose)."