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ingentem

English

huge, incredible

Last Update: 2018-08-14
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Ingentem

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huge

Last Update: 2017-09-14
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ad insulam

English

island

Last Update: 2016-04-10
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insulam vectam

English

Isola di Wight

Last Update: 2020-04-03
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insulam capere

English

to reach an island

Last Update: 2018-06-12
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relegatio in insulam

English

self relegation isla

Last Update: 2019-05-04
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pugnis insulam occupatis

English

You seize the island by fighting.

Last Update: 2019-01-09
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Magnae undae ad insulam sunt

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Great waves off the island are

Last Update: 2014-05-01
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1. PUERI CLAMABANT CANEM INGENTEM IN HORTUM INTRAVISSE

English

1. The boy shouting DOG huge entered HORTUM

Last Update: 2020-05-05
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tandem flaccus insulam intravit cuius ianua aperta erat ianitoremque quaerebat.

English

QUERY LENGTH LIMIT EXCEDEED. MAX ALLOWED QUERY : 500 CHARS

Last Update: 2017-01-27
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insulam autem quandam decurrentes quae vocatur Caudam potuimus vix obtinere scapha

English

And running under a certain island which is called Clauda, we had much work to come by the boat:

Last Update: 2012-05-06
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et cum perambulassent universam insulam usque Paphum invenerunt quendam virum magum pseudoprophetam Iudaeum cui nomen erat Baries

English

And when they had gone through the isle unto Paphos, they found a certain sorcerer, a false prophet, a Jew, whose name was Bar-jesus:

Last Update: 2012-05-06
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ingens aper Calydonem vexabat; segetes delebat, agricolas interficiebat. itaque Meleager omnes amicos fortissimos ad aulam suam invitavit, et inter eos Atalantam, optimam venatricem. novem dies cenabant et decimo die ad venationem exierunt. quamquam aprum ingentem per silvas diu vestigaverunt, prope adire non poterant. sed Atalanta aprum conspexit et sagittam emisit, quae aprum vulneravit. nunc aper tardius currebat, et tandem Meleager appropinquare et aprum transfigere poterat. tum

English

was vexed by a large boar of Calydon; crops and united farmers killed. And so, to the palace in his great strength, he invited all his friends in Meleager, Atalanta, and among them, the most good hunter. nine days and ten days of hunting were dining out. although for a long time through the woods, a huge wild boar hunted out and they could not approach near. But Palermo boar sight and arrow out by the wild injured. The boar was running more slowly now, at last, Meleager and the boar in close and making himself was able to pierce. then

Last Update: 2020-06-02
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tandem flaccus insulam intravit cuius ianua aperta erat ianitoremque quaerebat. invenit eum in aula dormientem.ebrius eerat. flaccus eum excitavit et dixit: ego filiusque domum quaerimus; habesne domicilium vaccum?' ille non surrexit sed Flacco respondit: 'nullum domicilium habeo vacuum. abi.'sic dixit; oculos clausit itermuque dormivit.pater filiusque in viam tristes exierant, cum aliquis eos revocavit;femina quaedam e ianua festinavit, anus rugosa, quae 'manete' inquit; 'maritus meus caudex es

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Last Update: 2020-05-18
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tandem flaccus insulam intravit cuius ianua aperta erat ianitoremque quaerebat. invenit eum in aula dormientem.ebrius eerat. flaccus eum excitavit et dixit: ego filiusque domum quaerimus; habesne domicilium vaccum?' ille non surrexit sed Flacco respondit: 'nullum domicilium habeo vacuum. abi.'sic dixit; oculos clausit itermuque dormivit.pater filiusque in viam tristes exierant, cum aliquis eos revocavit;femina quaedam e ianua festinavit, anus rugosa, quae 'manete' inquit; 'maritus meus caudex es

English

the door of which was open, and he entered into the island of ianitoremque at last he sought Horace. He found him in the hall dormientem.ebrius eerae. Horace him up and said I was the son of the house we are seeking; Already domicile cow? ' He has not yet got to Flaccus replied: "I have no domicile vacuum. abi.'sic said; of a sad countenance: and the son had gone out into the way of the eyes, and shut the itermuque dormivit.pater, *** any of them; and he revoked the door, she hasted, selecting some things from a woman, an old woman, wrinkled, which is the "Stay there," he said; "My husband pad art

Last Update: 2020-03-16
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ad europam cras navigabo; tota familia navigabit. Nautae navem novam parabunt. Magnam pecuniam ad Europam portabimus Cibum non parabimus, quod in navi magna copia cibi boni est. Magnas undas cras spectabimus; sed aquam planam, non magnas undas amamus. Ad insulam claram Britanniam navigabimus. In Britannia familia domum reginae spectabit. Ruinas Romanas in Britannia spectabo. Tum tota familia ad Galliam navigabit. In Gallia regina non est, sed familia multas picturas spectabit Ruinas Romanas in Gallia spectabo. Tum ad Germaniam et ad Austriam ibimus. Familia picturas et statuas in Germania et in Austria spectabit, sed ego ruinas Romanas spectabo. Tum ad Italiam ibimus. In Italia tota familia ruinas Romanas spectabit. Reginas etpicturas et statuas et terras novas spectabo, sed ruinas Romanas amo et amabo

English

voyage to Europe tomorrow

Last Update: 2018-10-16
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ad europam cras navigabo; tota familia navigabit. Nautae navem novam parabunt. Magnam pecuniam ad Europam portabimus Cibum non parabimus, quod in navi magna copia cibi boni est. Magnas undas cras spectabimus; sed aquam planam, non magnas undas amamus. Ad insulam claram Britanniam navigabimus. In Britannia familia domum reginae spectabit. Ruinas Romanas in Britannia spectabo. Tum tota familia ad Galliam navigabit. In Gallia regina non est, sed familia multas picturas spectabit Ruinas Romanas in Gallia spectabo. Tum ad Germaniam et ad Austriam ibimus. Familia picturas et statuas in Germania et in Austria spectabit, sed ego ruinas Romanas spectabo. Tum ad Italiam ibimus. In Italia tota familia ruinas Romanas spectabit. Reginas etpicturas et statuas et terras novas spectabo, sed ruinas Romanas amo et amabo

English

to sail to Europe tomorrow; The whole family will sail

Last Update: 2015-10-14
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