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Cesare

a mnemonic word to represent a syllogistic argument in the second figure, in which there is one universal negative and one universal affirmative premise and a universal negative conclusion.
See also: Logic
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The only thing unsatisfactory (and even inexplicable) about our Dominic was his nephew, Cesar.
Dominic's brawny arm would be seen describing deliberately an ample horizontal gesture, a dignified sweep, and Cesar would go over suddenly like a ninepin - which was funny to see.
Dominic and I had been talking business together aft, and Cesar had sneaked up behind us to listen, for, amongst his other perfections, he was a consummate eavesdropper and spy.
And he went on talking over the business in hand calmly, while I tried vainly to dismiss from my mind the picture of Cesar steeped to the chin in the water of the old harbour, a decoction of centuries of marine refuse.
We are ready to go at once, but for Cesar, who has been missing ever since breakfast," announced Dominic to me in his slow, grim way.
Nothing would induce Cesar to answer that question.
I did have twelve, but I have only eleven since Cesar was stolen.
I saw, as clearly as I now see you, a black shadow riding a white horse that was as like Cesar as two peas
Comienza entonces la carrera civil de Cesar a la sombra del monarca frances y su ascenso meteorico de senor de Valentinois (Francia) a gonfaloniero de la Iglesia y, finalmente, duque de Romana en el Norte de Italia.
The individual no longer will require a physical body to exist, since Cesar may "not be a living, semi-amnesiac psychotic at all but rather a dead or inert body whose mind is at large in a virtual reality" ("Alejandro Amenabar's .
It will double production of the Cesar line, the company said.