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This latter translation is preferred by the New Revised Standard Version.
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In the comic book Asterix and Cleopatra, the author Goscinny inserted a pun about alexandrines: when the Druid Panoramix (" Getafix " in the English translation ) meets his Alexandrian ( Egyptian ) friend the latter exclaims Je suis, mon cher ami, || très heureux de te voir at which Panoramix observes C ' est un Alexandrin (" That's an alexandrine!
* Several US Navy ships have been named the or the, the latter being a French translation of his penname " Poor Richard ".
The latter title is the literal translation of a distinct title in Greek, Μήτηρ του Θεού ( translit.
* scaling in a given direction, with respect to a line in another direction ( not necessarily perpendicular ), combined with translation that is not purely in the direction of scaling ; taking " scaling " in a generalized sense it includes the cases that the scale factor is zero ( projection ) and negative ; the latter includes reflection, and combined with translation it includes glide reflection,
He does not explicitly acknowledge any anticipation of his demonstration of electrostatic repulsion by the latter but, as he quotes a passage from the same page, could not have been unaware that, in a discussion of the nature of electrical attraction, Cabeo had written ( Philosophia Magnetica p. 192 ): " When we see that small bodies ( corpuscula ) are lifted ( sublevari et attolli ) above the amber and also fall back to the motionless amber, it cannot be said that such erratic behaviour ( talem matum-but if " matum " is taken as a misprint for " motum ", then the translation is simply " such motion ") is an attraction by the gravity of the attracting body.
D ' Alembert was also a Latin scholar of some note and worked in the latter part of his life on a superb translation of Tacitus, from which he received wide praise including that of Denis Diderot.
Another edition of the Lineae tertii ordinis was published in Paris in 1797 ; another edition of the Methodus differentialis in London in 1764 ; and a translation of the latter into English by Halliday in London in 1749.
In English translation, he is usually referred to as Quintilian, although the alternate spellings of Quintillian and Quinctilian are occasionally seen, the latter in older texts.
In the latter part of the 17th century, the Principal, Dr William Thornton, provided a proper gate for the Catte Street entrance of the Hall, and decorated with a device of a drinking hart with the motto (' As the hart panteth after the water brooks ', taken from Psalm 42, verse 1, but in a peculiar translation ).
This requires the audience to understand both the surface, nonsensical translation as well as the source text – the former then sounds like the latter spoken in a foreign accent.
Stephanus did not publish it with his Latin translation either in 1562 or in 1569, nor was it published in the reprint of the latter in 1619.
Alternatively, húnn may refer to the king, his " eight horns " referring to the eight defenders, which is more consistent with the latter translation, " He has the name of a bear and escapes when he is attacked.
Sun Wukong is the name given to this character by his teacher, Subhuti, the latter part of which means " Awakened to Emptiness " ( in the Waley translation, Aware-of-Vacuity ); he is called Monkey King.
The former's bridge section appears as instrumental music played on Sally's gramophone ; the latter is initially played on the piano in Fraulein Schneider's parlor and later heard on Sally's gramophone in a German translation (" Heiraten ") sung by cabaret singer Greta Keller.
Before the English translation of Japanese name to Zeon was canonized by Nippon Sunrise in the late 1990s, it was sometimes translated as Zion or Jion, with the latter being closer to actual pronunciation in Japanese.
The Tabula has been widely translated both into European languages and into Arabic ( the latter version published with the Greek text and Latin translation by Claudius Salmasius in 1640 ).
It has gone by several different names in its history, including Kastellorizo ( Greek ), Castellorizo ( Greek name with Italian spelling ), Castelrosso ( Italian, meaning " Red Castle "), Chateau Rouge ( French translation of Italian name ) and, the former deriving from the island's official name in Greek, the latter meaning Red Castle, a translation of the Italian name.
In addition to his textbooks, Timoshenko wrote two other books, Engineering Education in Russia and As I Remember, the latter an autobiography first published in Russian in 1963 with its English translation appearing in 1968.
Originally he used the terms usage scenarios and usage case – the latter being a direct translation of his Swedish term användningsfall – but found that neither of these terms sounded natural in English, and eventually he settled on use case.
Although Esquire is the English translation of the French écuyer, the latter indicated legal membership in the nobilities of ancien régime France and contemporaneous Belgium, whereas an esquire belongs to the British gentry rather than to its nobility, albeit that the term " gentry " in England came to be used to describe what is elsewhere labelled the untitled nobility.
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As it is, they consider that the North is now reaping the fruits of excess egalitarianism, that in spite of its high standard of living the `` American way '' has been proved inferior to the English and Scandinavian ways, although they disapprove of the socialistic features of the latter.
So great a man could not but understand, too, that the thing that moves men to sacrifice their lives is not the error of their thought, which their opponents see and attack, but the truth which the latter do not see -- any more than they see the error which mars the truth they themselves defend.
This strange person quarrels with a cyclist because the latter is using the path rather than the highroad.
However, it is important to trace the philosophy of the French Revolution to its sources to understand the common democratic origin of individualism and socialism and the influence of the latter on the former.
Analogously, anyone who argues that Einstein's theory of gravitation is simpler than Newton's, must say rather more to explain how it is that the latter is mastered by student-physicists, while the former can be managed ( with difficulty ) only by accomplished experts.
In the latter research program, information is available for 2,758 Cornell students surveyed in 1950 and for 1,571 students surveyed in 1952.
Nogaret is hardly an impartial witness, and even he did not make his charges against Boniface until the latter was dead, but there is some truth in what he said and more in what he did not say.
And, after becoming the right-hand man of Enver Pasha, he is sent by the latter to pave the way for a new Turkish Empire embracing `` the union of all Turks throughout Central Asia from Adrianople to the Chinese oases on the Silk Trade Route ''.
and it is still very far from certain how valid the party's claim is that in `` a growing number of kolkhozes '' the peasants are finding it more profitable, to surrender their private plots to the kolkhoz and to let the latter be turned into something increasingly like a state farm.
The location of the latter now is determined for tax purposes at the time of registration, and it is now accepted practice to consider a motor vehicle as being situated where it is garaged.
Data on the former are scanty, but there can be little doubt that the latter is sometimes born at a length greater than that of any of the others, thereby lending support to the belief that the anaconda does, indeed, attain the greatest length.
the former figure is based on a somewhat unusual birth of four by a Central American female ( see chapter on Laying, Brooding, Hatching, and Birth ), the latter on a `` normal '' newly born individual.
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In Spanish, at least one reference reports estadounidense, estado-unidense or estadunidense are preferred to americano for U. S. nationals ; the latter tends to refer to any resident of the Americas and not necessarily from the United States.
Gregory the Great in an epistle simplified the Latinized name Anglii to Angli, the latter form developing into the preferred form of the word.
The latter system is preferred by some as it accustoms the weaners to the presence of people and they are trained to take feed other than grass.
are used, mainly due to an alternative spelling of Hristos ( Christ ) as Cristos, the latter being preferred by the Roman Catholic and Protestant Churches.
Unobservable poles are not present in the transfer function realization of a state-space representation, which is why sometimes the latter is preferred in dynamical systems analysis.
Astronomers preferred the latter GMT convention in order to simplify their observational data so that each entire night was logged under a single calendar date.
Today, the term " holomorphic function " is sometimes preferred to " analytic function ", as the latter is a more general concept.
Although the latter pronunciation is closer to the Spanish pronunciation, it is not the pronunciation preferred by locals.
Kant preferred republicanism to pure democracy, on the grounds that the latter may be the unrestricted rule of the majority, unrestrained by law.
In most current networking environments, RIP is not the preferred choice for routing as its time to converge and scalability are poor compared to EIGRP, OSPF, or IS-IS ( the latter two being link-state routing protocols ), and ( without RMTI ) a hop limit severely limits the size of network it can be used in.
Sowell writes that affirmative action policies encourage non-preferred groups to designate themselves as members of preferred groups ( i. e., primary beneficiaries of affirmative action ) to take advantage of group preference policies ; that they tend to benefit primarily the most fortunate among the preferred group ( e. g., upper and middle class blacks ), often to the detriment of the least fortunate among the non-preferred groups ( e. g., poor whites or Asians ); that they reduce the incentives of both the preferred and non-preferred to perform at their best – the former because doing so is unnecessary and the latter because it can prove futile – thereby resulting in net losses for society as a whole ; and that they increase animosity toward preferred groups.
The latter information was of great importance to those visiting this Thames-side palace from London, as the preferred method of transport at the time was by barge, and at low water London Bridge created dangerous rapids.
The New York Times Vincent Canby preferred Annie Hall to Allen's second directorial effort, Take the Money and Run, since the former is more " humane " while the latter is more a " cartoon ".
Delgado was young, had a bright future and a low salary, while Gaston preferred Carter to Olerud, feeling the latter wasn't aggressive enough at the plate.
Although, like his teacher, he preferred contemplative ( theoretical ), to active ( practical ) life, he preferred to set the latter free from the restraints of family life, etc.
Also, while the terms " symphonic poem " and " tone poem " have often been used interchangeably, some composers such as Richard Strauss and Jean Sibelius have preferred the latter term for pieces that were less symphonic in design and in which there is no special emphasis on thematic or tonal contrast.
The former group resisted the taxation of land and favoured an increase in import duties ; the latter preferred the opposite.
The preferred forms of paper money were gold certificates and National Gold Bank Notes, the latter having been created specifically to address the desire for hard money in California.
Steuco preferred Plato to Aristotle and saw greater congruence between the former and Christianity than the latter philosopher.