The same form of the ablative at Tr V ii 20 'pleno de mare'.
His translation of the of Aristides is mentioned by Ovid, Tr.
He committed his MS. to the flames, but copies were in the hands of friends; Tr.
In this case, it is to be used with an equal part of the tr.
At last bold Tr stepped forward, the bravest of all the sir.
The only one who escaped was the good and beautiful mother of Tr.
To the examples there given, add the following from Holland's tr.
An invitation, the Comity was sure, which the Tr'en would not accept.
But, after all, the Tr'en knew their business, better than anyone else could know it.
The Tr'en word, of course, wasn't ended, nor did it mean exactly that.