apage


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apage

(ˈæpəˌdʒiː)
interj
(Languages) go away!
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!!--o do por refazer a Casa-Brasil ora golpeda--o manifesto-amplamente-dos-sem: apage!!!
This leads directly into the Left-Hegelian projectionist thesis which, for Desmond, is based on Hegel's erroneous reduction of identity-formation, be that divine or human, to "erotic sovereignty." He notes, in this context, that the Hegelian account of the self-return of the serf via its serf-giving to the other is contrary to the gratuitous and nondialectical giving of the serf that characterizes love as apage. See William Desmond, Hegel's God: A Counterfeit Double?
Apage from one of Boulton's books from the Soho factory in 1769 lists 22 "subjects into which it (paktong) may be manufactured".
For example, citizens of Juarez, Mexico use the expression "Mate el motor" a direct translation of the English "kill the motor" whereas the correct Spanish is "apage" or turn off.
* Apage from Tindale's 1934 journal is reproduced (p.69), to show the first record of 'Spinifex' as an ethnonym.