A mighty man thou art, naso, yet is a man not mighty who doth stoop like thee: naso thou art mighty—and pathic.
"I declare for the edict," exclaimed with energy the truculent naso.
"As you please, my dainty youth," answered naso, with his characteristic gesture of clutching his sword.
"Well, give your screw another turn," said naso with a hideous chuckle.
The Bishop amused himself and Coley by saying, as he hung a fishhook on this man's nose-hook, 'naso suspendis adunco.'
"Welcome, good naso," exclaimed Fausta, as the Prefect of the city was ushered into the room.
At this juncture a commotion was observed about the door, and naso, the Prefect, came forth and looked haughtily around.
naso candentibus forcipibus abrepto, iisdemque brachio utroque ipsisque mammis crudelissime perustis.
"Madam, he dare not," exclaimed naso, with his characteristic gesture of clenching his hand as if grasping his sword.
Didst thou not know that tragedy is the most serious of all compositions, as naso says?