multum Roma tamen debet civilibus armis,Quod tibi res acta est.
This it is to vitally understand the multum in parvo of existence.
Certainly his Exercises—as he meekly christens them—are multum in parvo.
An 'Arrow gent, lookin' at him t'other day christen'd him "multum in Parvo."
The phrases diu multumque, multum et diu are common in Cic., as below, 38; Acad.
It was a sort of multum in parvo, containing many pockets and drawers not ordinarily found in a dressing-case.
multum in Parvo certainly was all that Buckram described him.
Such was his study and his drawing-room, a multum in parvo about twelve feet square.
Lots of fellows room together to save money, but it is too multum in too parvum; I think I prefer to spend the money.
multum in parvo—much in little—is the great beauty of all that we love best, hope for most, and remember longest.