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 (văr′ō), Marcus Terentius 116-27 bc.
Roman scholar and encyclopedist who reputedly produced more than 600 volumes, covering nearly every field of knowledge.

Varro

(ˈværəʊ)
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(Biography) Marcus Terentius (ˈmɑːkəs təˈrɛntɪəs). 116–27 bc, Roman scholar and satirist
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The word is from the Latin villa which together with via, a way, or more anciently ved and vella, Varro derives from veho, to carry, because the villa is the place to and from which things are carried.
Cato says that the profits of agriculture are particularly pious or just (maximeque pius quaestus), and according to Varro the old Romans "called the same earth Mother and Ceres, and thought that they who cultivated it led a pious and useful life, and that they alone were left of the race of King Saturn.
Marcus Terentius Varro was a Roman scholar and writer of the second and first centuries BC.
31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The Urbana Varro group of companies, which includes a national commercial real estate opportunity investment fund and a development and property management firm, announced today that it has acquired 100 percent interest in the Artmore Hotel from Jamestown.
Here, Josephus is describing the Mosaic legislation as constituting a society that represents an aniconic ideal existence in the same manner as Varro describes the early Romans as aniconic in his non-extant work, Antiquitates rerum divinarum, frequently quoted by Augustine in The City of God.
His selection of these disciplines, which would shape subsequent discussion, was informed by Marcus Varro and Martianus Capella.
Augustine comments on Varro's Antiquities in which Varro divided theology into mythical (fabulous), natural, and civil.
PROJECT: Gastric cancer specialist Professor Andrea Varro, from the University of Liverpool's Institute of Translational Medicine, added: "The technology we are using provides a unique opportunity to detect alterations in both cancer and the surrounding cells thereby helping diagnosis and the development of therapies.
sive a quodam genere farciminis, quod multis rebus refertum saturam dicit Varro vocitatum .
30) Analogous names are common in other languages: Hebrew Nabal, Greek Mbros and Mbrion, Latin Baro, Brutus, Varro, and others.
Another speaker at EMART Energy 2013, Laszlo Varro, Head of Gas, Coal and Power Markets Division, IEA in France, says the growth of renewable energy is “leading to more volatile power flows, which increases the importance of well-functioning markets.