marinus Folts says he never saw so much drinking in his born days.
Galen says that marinus was one of the restorers of anatomical science.
They fly altogether, but the white ones do not alight on the rocks where the marinus has its nests.
And marinus Folts didn't say anything to the contrary yesterday.
He became head of the school in Athens in succession to marinus who followed Proclus.
I bent forward close to marinus, so that the chauffeur should not hear.
marinus and I soliloquized quietly until we reached the shallow river which feeds the Lakeside Vleis (lakes).
But marinus loves to tell a story, and he has to listen to many; so I said: 'His story of what?'
A copy of it may possibly have been utilized by marinus and Ptolemy in their compilations.
This was a contraction from the previous estimate of marinus, who had made it over eighty-seven degrees.