Audita est svissima Vitellii vox, qua se pavisse oculos spectata inimici morte jactavit; comp.
They hated Englishmen, qua Englishmen, and made no secret of it.
But, strictly speaking, this is not a binding of the Will qua Will.
The leader of the qua or Singers was himself the only one who acted as qua, when called on to serve the Haga.
If they are bad, that is something against him qua poet, but not qua philosopher.
Some brave men are selected to act as "qua," part of whom, however, 344 are members of the society.
Ibi & alteram Comoediam edidit fabulam Gallicam, plenam candidi salis; in qua forensia sophismata præcipue taxat.
Satura quidem tota nostra est, in qua primus insignem laudem adeptus Lucilius.
Capitalis oratio est, ad aequationem bonorum pertinens; qua peste quae potest esse maior?
Petrarch says: "Adri in litore, ea ferme tate, qua tu ibi agebas cum antiquo plag illius domino eius avo qui nunc prsidet."
"as, in the capacity of," from Latin qua "where? on which side? at which place? which way? in what direction?" figuratively "how? in what manner? by what method?; to what extent? in what degree?" correlative pronomial adverb of place, from PIE *kwo-, stem of relative and interrogative pronouns (cf. Old English hwa "who;" see who).