Certainly his Exercises—as he meekly christens them—are multum in parvo.
This it is to vitally understand the multum in parvo of existence.
My remark was an epitogram—an axis—a kind of mulct'em in parvo.
An 'Arrow gent, lookin' at him t'other day christen'd him "Multum in parvo."
Multum in parvo certainly was all that Buckram described him.
It was a sort of multum in parvo, containing many pockets and drawers not ordinarily found in a dressing-case.
Peckham, Registrum, p. 902: in ipsius vicinia coaluimus a parvo, et ab ejusdem professoribus solatia recepimus et honores.
Such was his study and his drawing-room, a multum in parvo about twelve feet square.
His work is a sort of multum in parvo, extremely pretty and interesting.
Multum in parvo—much in little—is the great beauty of all that we love best, hope for most, and remember longest.
parvo par·vo (pär'vō)