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mention
Mention, Mentio.
Il n'est point mention qu'il y en ait nulle part de plus courtoises, Nusquam perhibentur blandiores gentium.
Faire mention de quelque chose, Memorare, Mouere mentionem de re aliqua, Facere mentionem, vel Inferre, Mentionem habere.
Faire mention d'aucune chose qui fait grand mal à un autre, Vlcus tangere.
Faire mention d'aucun, Memoriam alicuius vsurpare, Attingere aliquem, Prosequi memoriam alicuius.
Faire brieve mention de quelque chose dedans ses lettres, Aspergere aliquid in epistolis.
Faire expresse mention de quelque vice qui est en la marchandise quand on la vend, Pronuntiare.
Faire honorifique mention d'aucun, Prosequi mentionem alicuius cum summo honore.
Faire nomméement mention parmi les loix, Ascribere in legibus.
Ne faire nulle mention de ses faits, Obliuione obruere facta sua.
Sans faire mention de, etc. Vt publicos gentium furores transeam.
Duquel j'ay fait mention un peu devant, Cuius paulo ante habui mentionem.
Que dit-il quand tu fais mention de moy? Quid ait, vbi me nominas?
Il fut fait mention de Philippe, Incidit mentio de Philippo.
Un proces de quoy Platon fait souvent mention et frequente, Apud Platonem vsurpata oratio.
Desquels plusieurs ont fait mention, De quibus multi meminerunt.
Dont les Latins font grande mention, Celebrata Latinis literis.
Digne dequoy on face mention, Commemorandus.

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