Ambitus


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If I were to make a completely new character I would be Sith Lord Darth Ambitus (I kind of searched for the Latin translation of revolution, so yeah).
Thirty sea urchins from the initial collection (henceforth Baseline), all fed sea urchins (henceforth Fed), and 30 sea urchins from the second collection from the field population (henceforth Field) were measured at two perpendicular points across the ambitus (test diameter) by using calipers, weighed by immersion (mass determined in water) to the nearest milligram, and dissected.
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Ad vitandam commixtionem inter aspectum ordinis substantialis (manantem ex iure naturali vel ex iure mere positivo), et alia ex parte aspectum ordinis doctrinalis (respicientem assumptionem unius vel alterius conceptualizatdonis vel classificationis) necnon praxim forensem (relate ad designationem ambitus capitum nullitatis), videamus in primis principia ordinis substantialis respicientia effectum iuridicum circa errorem in qualitate alterius contrahentis:
Statistical data on text, metric changes, voicing, mode, ambitus, and even whether or not the basso continuo part includes a textual incipit occupy a further fifteen pages of fine print (pp.
The ordinary listener's scale-degree representation does not fall within the ambitus of the cognitivist conception of perception as belief.
The longer diameter of sea urchin tests at the ambitus was 4 - 8 cm.
Under the statute, ambitus included "payment of men to greet a candidate or to follow him," reserving seats for voters at public games, and giving free banquets.
Dictitant homines, nigrae/Caudae cauendos tortuosos ambitus.
Donum Dei non donatur, nisi gratis conferatur; quod qui vendit vel mercatur, lepra Syri vulneratur, quem sic ambit ambitus, idolorum servitus, templo sancti Spiritus non compaginatur.
Wistreich notes that the two-octave ambitus of the one found the second edition of Vincenzo Galilei's Fronimo of 1584 bears witness to the ever-wider ranges cultivated by Brancaccio and his colleagues.