Therefore the proprium may still be predicated of something else, when its alleged subject has ceased to exist.
Thus, he may predicate biped as a proprium always belonging to man.
Et monere, et moneri, proprium est ver amiciti—To give counsel as well as take it, is a feature of true friendship.
Learning is an accident in man, though educability is a proprium.
If A be really a proprium of superficies, it cannot be also proprium of body.
That he wears a yellow robe is a proprium, derivable from the ceremonial of his court.
It is a proprium per se of man to be an animal by nature tractable.
The proprium of art in the logic of the Stoics, “to create and beget,” was strictly in accordance with this etymology.
God forbid that feeling were proprium quarto modo to all the saints; and that this were good reasoning, "No feeling, no grace."
An example of direct repetition is, Fire is a body the rarest among bodies (for proprium of fire).