Dis aliter visum

the gods have deemed otherwise.
Historical Examples

dis aliter visum, and the result, for us, is his matchless book on Edinburgh.
The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson – Swanston Edition Robert Louis Stevenson

One of the best of them, so far as the drawing of a woman is concerned, is dis aliter visum.
The Poetry Of Robert Browning Stopford A. Brooke


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