Through the black night and driving rain A ship is struggling, all in vain, To live upon the stormy main; Miserere Domine!
O Domine Deus! speravi in te; O care mi Jesu! nunc libera me. In dura catena, in misera poena, Disidero te. Languendo, jemendo, et genuflectendo, Adoro, imploro, ut liberes me!
Le colonialisme accule le peuple Domine a' se poser constamment la question: 'Qui suis-je en re alite ?' Colonialism forces the people it dominates to ask themselves the question constantly: 'In reality, who am I?' fFrantz Omar Fanon
La soumission aux données de l'expérience est la règle d'or qui Domine toute discipline scientifique.maurice allais
Until now, exterior (or external) authority still Domine (or is the dominant feature) too much in the relationships between men, as well as in their spiritual life. This is due to (comes, - "provient de", Fr.) the fact that we regard authority, in all fields, as being what makes (or simply, is) the law ("comme étant ce qui fait loi", Fr.), because in the empirical field, it is always what come first (or take precedence), may it be a force, an individual or an argument, that is winning.african spir
O Domine Deus! speravi inTe; O care miJesu! nunc libera me; In dura catena, in misera poena, DesideroTe, Languendo, gemendo, et genu flectendo Adoro, imploro, ut liberes me! O Lord my God, I hope in thee; My dear Lord Jesus, set me free; In chains, in pains On bended knee I adore thee, implore thee To set me free.