decern


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decern

(dɪˈsɜːn)
vb (tr)
1. (Law) Scots law to decree or adjudge
2. an archaic spelling of discern
[C15: from Old French decerner, from Latin dēcernere to judge, from cernere to discern]

decern


Past participle: decerned
Gerund: decerning

Imperative
decern
decern
Present
I decern
you decern
he/she/it decerns
we decern
you decern
they decern
Preterite
I decerned
you decerned
he/she/it decerned
we decerned
you decerned
they decerned
Present Continuous
I am decerning
you are decerning
he/she/it is decerning
we are decerning
you are decerning
they are decerning
Present Perfect
I have decerned
you have decerned
he/she/it has decerned
we have decerned
you have decerned
they have decerned
Past Continuous
I was decerning
you were decerning
he/she/it was decerning
we were decerning
you were decerning
they were decerning
Past Perfect
I had decerned
you had decerned
he/she/it had decerned
we had decerned
you had decerned
they had decerned
Future
I will decern
you will decern
he/she/it will decern
we will decern
you will decern
they will decern
Future Perfect
I will have decerned
you will have decerned
he/she/it will have decerned
we will have decerned
you will have decerned
they will have decerned
Future Continuous
I will be decerning
you will be decerning
he/she/it will be decerning
we will be decerning
you will be decerning
they will be decerning
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been decerning
you have been decerning
he/she/it has been decerning
we have been decerning
you have been decerning
they have been decerning
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been decerning
you will have been decerning
he/she/it will have been decerning
we will have been decerning
you will have been decerning
they will have been decerning
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been decerning
you had been decerning
he/she/it had been decerning
we had been decerning
you had been decerning
they had been decerning
Conditional
I would decern
you would decern
he/she/it would decern
we would decern
you would decern
they would decern
Past Conditional
I would have decerned
you would have decerned
he/she/it would have decerned
we would have decerned
you would have decerned
they would have decerned
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A final amount of $229,201 remains outstanding, to be received by the Company upon final compliance reporting at the end of the grant period designated as Decern ber 31, 2017.
His tears, his treachery seized / the men whom neither Tydeus' son nor Achilles could defeat, / nor ten long years of war, nor all the thousand ships" ("Talibus insidiis periurique arte Sinonis / credita res, captique dolis lacrimisque coactis / quos neque Tydides nec Larisaeus Achilles, / non anni domuere decern, non mille carinae" (Aen.
Quaestio autem in decern partes generales diuiditur, secundum quod in Arte generali dicitur.
40, citing Saint Thomas Aquinas, In Duo Praecepta Caritatis et in Decern Legis Praecepta--Prologus: Opuscula Theologica, II, no.
The reference is to book III of the Epistularum libri decern of Pliny the Younger, where he describes the books written by his uncle, and relates what he used to say about books: Nihil enim legit quod non excerperet; dicere etiam solebat nullum esse librum tam malum ut non aliqua parte prodesset (Epistle 5, C.
cedo vel decern, edocebo minime malas ut sint malae, mihi solae quod superfit.
656 contains a sequence of three unpublished prose texts: an "Exposition on the Creed," a Decalogue tract entitled Decern mandata, and a catalogue of sentences from the books of wisdom entitled Proverbia Salomonis.
Ut Congregatio pro Doctrina Fidei die 29 augusti 2001 decreto Tumi diei 23 martdi 2001 respondit, in casu applicandum est Rescriptum ex Audientia Sanctissimi diei 25 aprilis 1994, quod die 30 novembris ad decern annos est prorogatum.
Doctor Balthasar: 'Solis dies in decern praeceptis est, etiam in moralibus, qui non potuit, ut alia cerimonialia et iudicialia aboleri.
The Decern libros historiarum (AD 594) by Bishop Gregory of Tours is, for instance, a record of miracles, persecutions, lives of saints, and heresies befallen to the Merovingian Kingdom used in pastoral activity and compiled to prevent them from falling into oblivion.