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finem di dederint, Leuconoe, nec Babylonios, the gods have granted to me or you , Leuconoe. Don't play with Babylonian. temptaris numeros.

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Un bicchiere pieno di vino e cultura
Basti citare il mitico "Carpe diem" oraziano: cara Leuconoe, ammonisce il poeta, dall'incalzare degli anni ti difendi cogliendo l'attimo fuggente e il profumo dell'attimo fuggente è quello dell'amore e del vino.
Pamiętnik Myszulka, 26
Zresztą "Tu ne quaesieris, scire nefas, quem mihi, quem tibi finem di dederint, Leuconoe, nec Babylonios temptare numeros" (temptareczytemptaris?, nigdy nie pamiętam).

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Leuconoe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Greek mythology, the name Leuconoe may refer to: One of the Minyads, more commonly known as Leucippe.
Idea leuconoe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Leading Leu Canoe Site on the Net has been connecting our visitors with providers of Boat Donations, Boat Seats, Boat Supplies and many other related services for nearly 10 years.
Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology, page 774
On this page: Leucon – Leuconoe – Leucophryne – Leucothea – Leucothoe – Lexiphanes – Libanius. 774. LEUCON.
To Leuconoe - a poem by Nellie Green Thacher
To Leuconoe. HORACE, BOOK 1, ODE XI. Seek not to know what is the fate.

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