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In the manner of Flaccus Horatius.

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Comme auparavant, Flaccus Horatius.

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By way of example, we can cite a consular law of Lucius Valerius Potitus and Marcus Horatius Barbatus prohibiting the establishment of magistrates whose judgments were not open to appeal13.

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88. Autrement dit, le Conseil de l’Europe reconnaît que le principe du double degré de juridiction, bien que non consacré comme principe fondamental en Europe, est un élément essentiel, voire indispensable, à l’application d’une bonne justice.

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The President Martelly invited the public to protect the public square where the bust of Professor Emeritus, Horatius Laventure is highlighted and encouraged officials to keep it in good condition.

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Le Président Martelly à invité la population à protéger cette place publique où le buste du professeur émérite Horatius Laventure est mis en valeur et encouragé les responsables à la maintenir en bon état.

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Major-General Horatius Murray, who succeeded General West as GOC 1st Commonwealth Division in October 1953, was impressed with the high morale of his force.

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Le major-général Horatius Murray, qui avait succédé, en octobre 1953, au général West comme officier général commandant la lre Division du Commonwealth, fut très impressionné par l'excellent moral de ses troupes.

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I would have said that apart from clause 6, this is an example of what Quintus Horatius Flacuus said, ``Parturient montes, nascetur ridiculus mus''.

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J'aurais dit qu'à part l'article 6, cela rappelle ce que disait Quintius Horatius Flaccus: «Parturient montes, nascetur riduculus mus».

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1960Duke Ellington Orchestra, Jon Hendricks w/Miriam Makeba, Clarence Horatius "Big" Miller, Odetta, Jimmy Witherspoon, Louis Armstrong All-Stars, John Coltrane Quartet, Modern Jazz Quartet, Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, Ornette Coleman Quartet, Jimmy Rushing, André Previn Trio, and Helen Humes1961Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie Quintet, Dave Brubeck Quartet, John Coltrane Quartet w/Eric Dolphy & Wes Montgomery, Carmen McRae, George Shearing Quintet, Odetta, and Jimmy Rushing1962Louis Armstrong All-Stars, Dizzy Gillespie Quintet, Carmen McRae, Dave Brubeck, Gerry Mulligan Quartet, Stan Getz Quartet, Quincy Jones & the Monterey Jazz Festival Orchestra1963Carmen McRae, Miles Davis Quintet, Dizzy Gillespie Quintet, Dave Brubeck Quartet, Herbie Hancock, Thelonious Monk Quartet, Jon Hendricks, Harry James Orchestra, Jimmy Witherspoon, The Andrews Sisters & the Gospel Song, and Helen Merrill, Joe Sullivan1964Duke Ellington Orchestra, Dizzy Gillespie Quintet, Miles Davis Quintet w/Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter & Tony Williams, Gerry Mulligan, Thelonious Monk Quartet, Lou Rawls, Joe Williams, Woody Herman, Art Farmer Quartet, and Big Mama Thornton1965Louis Armstrong All-Stars, Duke Ellington Orchestra, Dizzy Gillespie Quintet with Mary Stallings, Cal Tjader Quintet, John Handy Quintet, Clark Terry, Earl "Fatha" Hines, Harry James New Swingin' Band w/Buddy Rich, Anita O'Day, Mary Lou Williams, and Ethel Ennis1966Duke Ellington Orchestra, Count Basie Orchestra, Dave Brubeck Quartet, Don Ellis Orchestra, Gerry Mulligan, Cannonball Adderley Quintet, Carmen McRae, Big Mama Thornton, Jefferson Airplane, Jimmy Rushing, Muddy Waters Band, Randy Weston, and Charles Lloyd196710th Anniversary headliners T-Bone Walker, B.

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==Liste des invités par année==;1958Billie Holiday, Louis Armstrong and his All-Stars, Dizzy Gillespie, Ernestine Anderson avec Gerald Wiggins, Cal Tjader Sextet, John Lewis, Shelly Manne, Art Farmer, Milt Jackson, Gerry Mulligan, Harry James Orchestra, Sonny Rollins, Dave Brubeck Quartet, Buddy DeFranco, Shelly Manne & His Men, Max Roach, Modern Jazz Quartet, Lizzie Miles, Benny Carter, et d'autres…;1959Tête d'affiche : Count Basie Orchestra avec Joe Williams, Oscar Peterson, Cal Tjader, Sarah Vaughan, Earl "Fatha" Hines, Jimmy Witherspoon, Woody Herman & the All Stars avec Ernestine Anderson, Charlie Byrd & Zoot Sims, Lizzie Miles, Ornette Coleman & Orchestra, et d'autres…;1960Duke Ellington Orchestra, Jon Hendricks avec Miriam Makeba, Clarence Horatius "Big" Miller, Odetta, Jimmy Witherspoon, Louis Armstrong All-Stars, John Coltrane Quartet, Modern Jazz Quartet, Julian "Cannonball" Adderley, Ornette Coleman Quartet, Jimmy Rushing, André Previn Trio, et Helen Humes…;1961Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie Quintet, Dave Brubeck Quartet, John Coltrane Quartet w/Eric Dolphy & Wes Montgomery, Carmen McRae, George Shearing Quintet, Odetta, et Jimmy Rushing.

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(Gens Quintia),Varialus,Varro,Varus,Vatia,Vedrix,Venantius,Venator,Ventor,Venustinius,Vepgenus,Verecundus,Verinus,Verres,Verrucosus,Verullus,Verus,Vespasianus,Vespillo,Vestinus,Vetranio,Vettonianus,VetusViator,Vibennis,Vibius,Victor,Victoricus,Victorinus,Victricius,Vincentius,Vindex,Vinicianus,Viridio,Virilis,Vitalinus,Vitalis,Vitulus,Vitus,Vocula,Volusianus,Vopiscus,Vulso==Z==Zeno,Zosimus==See also==*Roman Empire*Roman naming conventions*Roman naming conventions for females*Roman Republic*Roman victory title*List of Imperial Roman victory titles*List of Roman nomina*List of Roman praenomina*Roman tribes==References==

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Iacomus - Igennus - - Indaletius - Indus - Ingenuus - Ingenvinus - Iocundus - Iovinus - Irenaeus - - Isauricus - Italicus - Ivmarus - Ianuarius - Iavolenus - Iovinianus - Iovinus - Iovius - Iuba - Iulian - Iulianus - Iuncinus - Iuncus - Iunianus - Iustianus - Iustinianus - Iustinus - Iustus - Iuvenlis -==K==Kaeso (ou Caeso, gens Fabia) -==L==Lactantius - Laeca - Laenas - Laetinianus - - Larcius - Lartius - Lateranus - Latinius - - Leddicus - Lentullus - - Leon - Leontius - Lepidus - Lepontus - Leptis - Libanius - Liberalis - - Licinianus - Licinius - Ligur - Ligustinus - Limetanus - - Litorius - Littera - Litumaris - Livianus - Livigenus - - Lovernianus - Lovernius - Lucan - Lucanus - Lucianus - Lucilianus Lucretius - Luctacus - Lucullus - Lunaris - Luonercus - - Lupicinus - Lupinus - Lupis - Lurco - Lurio - Lutherius - Lutorius -==M==Maccalus - Macrinus - - Macrobius - Mactator - Maecenus - Maecius - Magnentius - - Magunnus - Maius - Major - - - Maltinus - Mancinus - Manlius - Mansuetus - Marcallas - - - Marcialis - Marcipor - - Marinianus - Marinus - Maritialis - Maritimus - - - Marsallas - Marsicus - Marsus - Marsyas - - Martialis - Martianus - Martinus - Martius - Martyrius - Marullinus - Marullus - Maternus - Matho - Mauricius - Maursus - Maximian - Maximianus - Maximinius - Maximinus - - Medullinus - Megellus - Melissus - Melitus - Mellitus - Melus - Meminius - Memmius - Memor - Mercator - Mercurialis - Mercurinus - Merula - Messala - Messor - Metellus - Metilius - Metunus - Micianus - - Micon - Milonius - Minervalis - Minianus - Minicianus - Moderatus - Molacus - Momus - - Montaus - Mordanticus - Mucianus - Muco - Muncius - Murena - - Musa - Musicus - Mutilus - Mutius -==N==Nabor - Naevius - Narcissus - Narsès - - Naso - Natalinus - Natalis - Naucratius - Nazarius - Nectaridus - Nelius - Nemesianus - Nemnogenus - Neneus - Nennius - - - Nertomarus - Nerva - Nicasius - Nicetius - Nigellus - Niger - Nigidius - Nigrinus - Niraemius - Nolus - Nonius - Noster - Novation - Novellius - Numerianus - Numonis -==O====P==Pacatianus - Pachomius - Pacuvianus - Paenula - Paetinus - - Palicamus - Pamphilius - Panaetius - Pansa - Pantensus - Pantera - Panthera - Papinian - Papus - Paratus - Parnesius - Pascentius - - Paterculus - Paternus - Patiens - Patricius - - Paullus - Pavo - Pelagius - Pennus - Peregrinus - Perennis - Perpenna - Perperna - Pertacus - Pertinax - Petasius - - Petronax - - Philippus - Photius - Pictor - - Pilus - Pinarius - Piso - Pius - Placidus - Planta - Plautis - Plautius - Plautus - Pleminius - Pollienus - Pollio - - - Pompolussa - Pomponius - - Porcus - Porphyrius - - - Potitus - Praetextus - Prilidianus - Primanus - Primulus - - - Priscian - Priscillian - Priscillianus - - Probus - Processus - Proceus - - Procyon - Profuterius - Propertius - Protacius - Protus - Proxsimus - Publianus - - Publicus - Pudens - Pudentius - Pulcher - Pulcherius - Pullus - Pusinnus - Pustula -==Q==Quartinus - Quarto - Quatruus - Quentin - Quietus - Quintilianus - - Quintillius - Quintillus - Quiriac - Quiricus - Quirinalis -==R==Ramio - Ramirus - Ravilla - Reburrus - Receptus - Rectus - Regillus - Reginus - - Remigius - - Renatus - Respectus - Restitutus - - Ripanus - Rogatus - Rogelius - Romanus - Romulianus - Romulus - Roscius - Rufinianus - - Rufrius - Rufus - Rullus - Ruricius - Ruso - - Rutilianus==S==Sabellius - Sabinianus - - Sexius - - Saenus - - Salonianus - Saloninus - Salonius - Salvian - Salvianus - Salvius - Sanctus - Sandilianus - - Sarimarcus - Sarrius - - Saunio - Scaevola - Scapula - Scaro - Scato - Scaurus - Schlerus - Scipio - Scribonianus - Scrofa - Sebastianus - Secundas - Segestes - Sejanus - Sellic - - Senecianus - - Senilis - - Senopianus - Sentius - Septimianus - - Seronatus - Serranus - Sertorius - Servanus - Servatius - Servilius - Seuso - Severlinus - - Sevso - Siculus - Sidonius - Sigilis - Silanus - Silius - - Silus - Silvanus - Similis - Simo - - Simplicianus - Siricus - - Sisinnius - Sita - Sollemnis - Sorex - Sorio - Sosius - Sotericus - Soulinus - Sparticus - Spendius - Speratus - Statius - Stichus - Strabo - Sudrenus - Suilius - Sulinus - Sulla - Sulpicius - - Superbus - Superstes - Sura - Surinus - Surius - Surus - Sylla - Sylvian - - - Symphorian - Sympronian - Synistor - Synnodus -==T==Tacitus - Taenaris - Tancinus - Tanicus - Tarquinius - Tarsicius - Tasius - Tatian - Taurinus - Telesinus - Terenteianus - - - Tertullianus - Tertulus - Tetricus - Tetullianus - Thrasea - Tiberillus - Tiberinus - Tibullus - Tiburs - - Ticinius - - Titillus - Torquatus - Toutius - Traianus - Trailus - Tranio - Tranquillus - Trebellius - Trebius - Trebonianus - Trebonius - Tremerus - Tremorinus - Trenico - Trenus - Triarius - Trifer - Triferus - Trimalchio - Trogus - Trupo - Tuccianus - Tuditanus - Tullius - Tullas - Tullius - Turibius - Turpilianus - Turpilinus - Turpilias - Tuticanus - Tutor - Typhoeus - Tyranus -==U==Ulfila - Ulixes - Ulpianus - Umbonius - Urbicus - Ursacius - Ursinus - - Uticensis -==V====W==(Lettre inconnue des Romains)==X====Y====Z==Zeno - Zoilus - Zosimus

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==Bibliography==* "Dis al" (1939)* "De moerbeitoppen ruisten" (1943)* "Herinnering en gezang" (1946)* "Najaar van Hellas" (1947)* "Het land der mensen" (1952)* "Het herdertje van Pest" (1957)* "Bloemlezing" (1958)* "De antikwaar": opera for television (1959)* "Filip De Pillecyn" (1960)* 'Vergilius' Aeneis 1-6" (1962)* "De dag van Eden" (1964)* "André Demedts" (1965)* "Sint-Niklaas en het Land van Waas" (1967)* "Maria moeder" (1967)* "De dubbelfluit" (1968)* "Dier-bare poëzie: gedichten over dieren" (1971)* "Het groot jaargetijdenboek" (1971)* "Vergilius' Bucolica" (1971)* "Vergilius' Aeneis 7-12" (1971)* "Verzamelde gedichten 1943-1973" (1974)* "Vergilius' Georgica" (1975)* "Gedichten" (1976) Collected poems, 1974)* "Dorp zonder ouders" (1978)* "Albert Van Dyck" (1978)* "Vergilius' Bucolica, Georgica, Aeneis" (1978)* "Circus" (1979)* "Verzamelde gedichten" (1980)* "Gustaaf Van Loon" (1980)* "Gies Cosyns" (1981)* "Jan De Smedt" (1981)* "En het woord was bij God: 500 religieuze gedichten uit de Nederlandse letterkunde" (1981)* "De overoever" (1981)* "Luisteren naar fluisteren" (1981)* "Moerbeke-Waas toen en thans" (1982)* "Het land van amen" (1983)* "Daar is maar één land dat mijn land kan zijn" (1983)* "Zingend brons" (1983)* "Een tent van tamarinde" (1985)* "De vlinderboom" (1985)* "De dag begint bij een puin: IJzerbedevaarten in verzen" (1985)* "Dienstbaar het woord" (1985)* "Herman Jacobs, kunstschilder" (1986)* "En het dorp zal duren" (1986)* "Het tweede jaargetijdenboek" (1987)* "Op hoop van vrede" (1988)* "Zachtjes, mijn zoon ligt hier" (1988)* "Liederen uit mijn landhuis: 50 gedichten van Horatius" (1988)* "Het hart op de tong: romantische verhalen uit de 19de eeuw" (1990)* "Het sierlijke bestaan der steden" (1990)* "De zeven slapers" (1991)* "Poedersneeuw" (1991)* "Apostel na de twaalf" (1991)* "Brugge Brugge" (1992)* "Een plek voor louter klaarte" (1993)* "In al begonnen Vrede" (1993)* "Ex libris" (1994)* "De aarde van mijn geheugen: Europees huldeboek" (1994)* "Cortewalle" (1994)* "Het zonnelied of het loflied der schepselen" (1995)* "Het oudste geluk" (1995)* "Barmhartig hout: 30 middeleeuwse misericordes" (1996)* "Buitengaats" (1996)* "Tweegelui" (1997)* "Hout op snee" (1997)* "Het beeld van de dichter" (1998)* "De dag sneeuwt dicht: herfst- en wintergedichten" (1998)* "Jan Hoogsteyns" (1998)* "Reizend naar het licht: de mooiste religieuze poëzie" (1999)* "Volledig dichtwerk" (1999)==See also==* Flemish literature* Flemish movement==Sources==* Anton van Wilderode* Anton van Wilderode

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== Bibliographie ==* "Dis al" (1939)* "De moerbeitoppen ruisten" (1943)* "Herinnering en gezang" (1946)* "Najaar van Hellas" (1947)* "Het land der mensen" (1952)* "Het herdertje van Pest" (1957)* "Bloemlezing" (1958)* "De antikwaar : opera for television" (1959)* "Filip De Pillecyn" (1960)* "Vergilius' Aeneis 1-6" (1962)* "De dag van Eden" (1964)* "André Demedts" (1965)* "Sint-Niklaas en het Land van Waas" (1967)* "Maria moeder" (1967)* "De dubbelfluit" (1968)* "Dier-bare poëzie : gedichten over dieren" (1971)* "Het groot jaargetijdenboek" (1971)* "Vergilius' Bucolica" (1971)* "Vergilius' Aeneis 7-12" (1971)* "Verzamelde gedichten 1943-1973" (1974)* "Vergilius' Georgica" (1975)* "Gedichten (1976) Collected poems" 1974)* "Dorp zonder ouders" (1978)* "Albert Van Dyck" (1978)* "Vergilius' Bucolica, Georgica, Aeneis" (1978)* "Circus" (1979)* "Verzamelde gedichten" (1980)* "Gustaaf Van Loon" (1980)* "Gies Cosyns" (1981)* "Jan De Smedt" (1981)* "En het woord was bij God : 500 religieuze gedichten uit de Nederlandse letterkunde" (1981)* "De overoever" (1981)* "Luisteren naar fluisteren" (1981)* "Moerbeke-Waas toen en thans" (1982)* "Het land van amen" (1983)* "Daar is maar één land dat mijn land kan zijn" (1983)* "Zingend brons" (1983)* "Een tent van tamarinde" (1985)* "De vlinderboom" (1985)* "De dag begint bij een puin : Ijzerbedevaarten in verzen" (1985)* "Dienstbaar het woord" (1985)* "Herman Jacobs, kunstschilder" (1986)* "En het dorp zal duren" (1986)* "Het tweede jaargetijdenboek" (1987)* "Op hoop van vrede" (1988)* "Zachtjes, mijn zoon ligt hier" (1988)* "Liederen uit mijn landhuis : 50 gedichten van Horatius" (1988)* "Het hart op de tong : romantische verhalen uit de 19de eeuw" (1990)* "Het sierlijke bestaan der steden" (1990)* "De zeven slapers" (1991)* "Poedersneeuw" (1991)* "Apostel na de twaalf" (1991)* "Brugge Brugge" (1992)* "Een plek voor louter klaarte" (1993)* "In al begonnen Vrede" (1993)* "Ex libris" (1994)* "De aarde van mijn geheugen : Europees huldeboek" (1994)* "Cortewalle" (1994)* "Het zonnelied of het loflied der schepselen" (1995)* "Het oudste geluk" (1995)* "Barmhartig hout : 30 middeleeuwse misericordes" (1996)* "Buitengaats" (1996)* "Tweegelui" (1997)* "Hout op snee" (1997)* "Het beeld van de dichter" (1998)* "De dag sneeuwt dicht : herfst- en wintergedichten" (1998)* "Jan Hoogsteyns" (1998)* "Reizend naar het licht : de mooiste religieuze poëzie" (1999)* "Volledig dichtwerk" (1999)== Traductions françaises ==== Liens externes ==* Anton van Wilderode* International Association Anton van Wilderode

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Quintus Horatius Flaccus (December 8, 65 BC – November 27, 8 BC), known in the English-speaking world as Horace ( or ), was the leading Roman lyric poet during the time of Augustus (also known as Octavian).

Francês

Horace (en latin "Quintus Horatius Flaccus") est un poète latin né à Vénose dans le sud de l'Italie, le et mort à Rome le .

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25 Cdn Inf Bde Op Instr No. 2, Op. "Horatius", 10 Aug 51, Appx No. 7 to H.Q. War Diary, August 1951.

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Journal de marche de la section canadienne du Q.G. de la 1re Division du Commonwealth, 28 juillet 1951.

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