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It may be thought unfortunate that he was called on entirely by accident to perform, if again we may trust the opening of the oratio, for it marks the beginning for us of his use of his peculiar form of witty word play that even in this Latin banter has in it the unmistakable element of viciousness and an almost sadistic delight in verbally tormenting an adversary.
The gulf between the `` rich '' and the `` poor '' has narrowed, in the industrialized Western world, to the point that the word `` poor '' is hardly applicable.
Therefore it's a genuine pleasure to tell you about an entirely happy bodybuilder who has never had to train in secret has never heard one unkind word from his parents and never has been taunted by his schoolmates!!
In analyzing the watercolors of Roy Mason, the first thing that comes to mind is their essential decorativeness, yet this word has such a varied connotation that it needs some elaboration here.
`` Be careful of the word ' gay ', for it, too, has undergone a change.
Equivalents could be assigned to the paradigm either at the time it is added to the dictionary or after the word has been studied in context.
From the point of view of syntactic analysis the head word in the statement is the predicator has broken, and from the point of view of meaning it would seem that the trouble centers in the breaking ; ;
In I have things to do the word things makes little real contribution to meaning and has weaker stress than do.
When a word represents a larger construction of which it is the only expressed part, it normally has more stress than it would have in fully expressed construction.
It has to, by virtue of the very dictionary definition of the word `` few ''.
This push to confine the study of mass behaviour to the measurements of parameters involved in differential equations has led sociology perilously close to the reduction of the word `` mass '' to mean a small group in which certain relations between all pairs of individuals in such a group can be studied.
Just as Hart Crane had little influence on anyone except very reactionary writers -- like Allen Tate, for instance, to whom Valery was the last word in modern poetry and the felicities of an Apollinaire, let alone a Paul Eluard were nonsense -- so Dylan Thomas's influence has been slight indeed.
If a statement has been assigned an address in the index word area
He took a midnight train out of Cleveland Saturday, without an official word to anybody, and has stayed away from newsmen on his train trip across the nation to Reno, Nev., where his wife, former Olympic Diving Champion Zoe Ann Olsen, awaited.
He returned to his cell in the county jail, where he has been held since his arrest last July, without a word to his court-appointed attorney, Jack Walker, or his guard.
Of his own will he has begotten us by the word of truth.
Amen, amen, I say to you, he who hears my word, and believes him who sent me, has life everlasting, and does not come to judgment, but has passed from death to life.
It holds an equally valuable lesson for a society where the word `` intellectual '' has become a term of opprobrium to millions of well-meaning people who somehow imagine that it must be destructive of the simpler human virtues.
You may be sure he marries her in the end and has a fine old knockdown fight with the brother, and that there are plenty of minor scraps along the way to ensure that you understand what the word Donnybrook means.
The etymology is uncertain, but a strong candidate has long been some word related to the Biblical פוך ( pūk ), " paint " ( if not that word itself ), a cosmetic eye-shadow used by the ancient Egyptians and other inhabitants of the eastern Mediterranean.
For instance, the word " bank " has several distinct lexical definitions, including " financial institution " and " edge of a river ".

word and been
I felt that he looked at me coldly and appraisingly and seemed to be uncertain what his attitude towards me should be, but he did not say one word which might indicate that he had been told of advances to his wife.
I fled, however, not from what might have been the natural fear of being unable to disguise from you that the things about my bridegroom -- in the sense you meant the word `` things '' -- which you had been galvanizing yourself to tell me as a painful part of your maternal duty were things which I had already insisted upon finding out for myself ( despite, I may now say, the unspeakable awkwardness of making the discovery on principle, yes, on principle, and in cold blood ) because I was resolved, as a modern woman, not to be a mollycoddle waiting for Life but to seize Life by the throat.
We have been using the word `` public '' in quotation marks, that is, in its vernacular connotation with reference to the odd-lot index theory.
I have been using the word `` vocational '' as a layman would at first sight think it should be used.
The deeds of this team, through two seasons and in the two World's Series that followed, have been written and talked about until hardly a word is left to be said.
It must have been the sort of look that can call a bluff without saying a word.
For you have been reborn, not from corruptible seed but from incorruptible, through the word of God.
Sitting in the kitchen I recalled every word Mrs. Salter said that could have been a sign to me.
Clearly she had been instructed `` not to say a word ''.
Other terms that have been used include neosyllabary ( Février 1959 ), pseudo-alphabet ( Householder 1959 ), semisyllabary ( Diringer 1968 ; a word which has other uses ) and syllabic alphabet ( Coulmas 1996 ; this term is also a synonym for syllabary ).
Abbreviations have been used as long as phonetic scripts have existed, in some sense actually being more common in early literacy, where spelling out a whole word was often avoided, initial letters commonly being used to represent words in specific application.
The French word artiste ( which in French, simply means " artist ") has been imported into the English language where it means a performer ( frequently in Music Hall or Vaudeville ).
However, the connection that has derived ambrosia from the Greek prefix a-(" not ") and the word brotos (" mortal "), hence the food or drink of the immortals, has been questioned as coincidental by some modern linguists.
For a long time, scholars believed that the alphorn had been derived from the Roman-Etruscan lituus, because of their resemblance in shape, and because of the word liti, meaning Alphorn in the dialect of Obwalden.
The word is attested in Herodotus, who wrote some of the first surviving Greek prose, but this may not have been before 440 or 430 BC.
We are not certain that the word " democracy " was extant when systems that came to be called democratic were first instituted, but around 460 BC an individual is known whose parents had decided to name him ' Democrates ', a name which may have been manufactured as a gesture of democratic loyalty ; the name can also be found in Aeolian Temnus, not a particularly democratic state.
Evidence for this is found in the prologue to the Gospel of Luke, wherein the author alludes to his sources by writing, " Many have undertaken to draw up an account of the things that have been fulfilled among us, just as they were handed down to us by those who from the first were eyewitnesses and servants of the word.

word and translated
This was the Greek word most often translated as `` baptism ''.
The Greek word " amethystos " may be translated as " not drunken ", from Greek a -, " not " + methustos, " intoxicated ".
The word ayahuasca has been variously translated as " vine of the soul ", " vine of the dead ", and " spirit vine ".
A connection between Bragi and the bragarfull ' promise cup ' is sometimes suggested, as bragafull, an alternate form of the word, might be translated as ' Bragi's cup '.
In his 1534 translation, William Tyndale translated the phrase in Jonah 2: 1 as " greate fyshe ," and he translated the word ketos ( Greek ) or cetus ( Latin ) in as " whale ".
The word bunyip is usually translated by Aboriginal Australians today as " devil " or " evil spirit ".
John's Gospel was written in Greek, and the Greek word translated as again is ανωΘεν ( anothen ), which could mean again, or from above.
Here, the Greek word translated as born again is αναγεγεννημενοι ( anagegennemenoy ).
Thus, as church founder Joseph Smith, Jr. explained, the church believes the Bible to be the word of God " as far as it is translated correctly.
Celibacy, termed brahmacharya in Vedic scripture, is the fourth of the yamas and the word literally translated means " dedicated to the Divinity of Life ".
Although it is usually translated as " element ", the Chinese word xing literally means something like " changing states of being ", " permutations " or " metamorphoses of being ".
When the Greek astronomer Ptolemy's Almagest was translated from Greek to Arabic, the translator Johannitius ( following Alberuni ) did not know the Greek word and rendered it as the nearest-looking Arabic word, writing العصى ذات الكلاب in ordinary unvowelled Arabic text " al -` aşā dhāt al-kullāb ", which means " the spearshaft having a hook ".
When the Arabic text was translated into Latin, the translator Gerard of Cremona ( probably in Spain ) mistook the Arabic word كلاب for kilāb ( the plural of كلب kalb ), meaning " dogs ", writing hastile habens canes (" spearshaft having dogs ").
The name " Chicago " is derived from a French rendering of the Native American word shikaakwa, translated as " wild onion " or " wild garlic ," from the Miami-Illinois language.
The Hebrew word used in the Levitical rules on sexual relations, which is commonly translated as " wife ", is distinct from the Hebrew word that means " concubine ".
The word cannon is derived from several languages, in which the original definition can usually be translated as tube, cane, or reed.
Caliph is translated from the Arabic word khalifa ( /) meaning " successor ", " substitute ", or " lieutenant ".
The word most commonly translated simply as " sin ", het, literally means " to go astray.
Judaism does not believe in the Christian concept of hell but does have a punishment stage in the afterlife ( i. e. Gehenna, the New Testament word translated as hell ) as well as a Heaven ( Gan Eden ), but the religion does not intend it as a focus.
The error messages on those calculators appear as a Russian word " YEGGOG " (" ЕГГОГ ") which, unsurprisingly, is translated to " Error ".
The Nahuatl word for drum is roughly translated as huehuetl.
The languages of many cultures do not include a word for or that would be translated as music.

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