II, 16: Recipiendo in civitatem, qui arma aut non ceperant aut deposuerant maturius, vires refectæ sunt.
Tiberius in dissimulation; as Tacitus saith of him, Jam Tiberium vires et corpus, non dissimulatio, deserebant.
Hac tempestate pr valetudine Romanorum, vires fundits attenuat Britanni.
Below, in the second motto, 'vires' should of course be 'virus,' being no doubt a mere misprint.
Thea infusum, nervo musculove ranæ admotum, vires motices minuit perdit.
Paulatim deinde recipiendo in civitatem, qui arma aut non ceperant aut deposuerant maturis, vires refect sunt.
I observe the decalogical precepts, and, according to the facultatule of my vires, I do not discede from them one late unguicule.
The vires acquirit eundo may be applied with rigorous exactitude to capital, and its beneficent influence.
It was then that he obtained from the King a device having for its emblem a porcupine, with the words “vires agminis unus habet.”
The great Clock Tower and its ogival gate of the thirteenth century is vires chief architectural curiosity.