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ser

(sɪə) or

seer

n
(Units) a unit of weight used in India, usually taken as one fortieth of a maund
[from Hindi]
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ser

1. serial.
2. series.
3. service.

Ser

serine.
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References in classic literature ?
It is founded on an Italian story, one of a collection made by Ser Giovanni Fiorentino.
Sangsby," says Jo, "I went and giv a illness to the lady as wos and yit as warn't the t'other lady, and none of 'em never says nothink to me for having done it, on accounts of their being ser good and my having been s'unfortnet.
SALAZAR'S leadership, SER has successfully helped reduce the dropout rate among Latinos and improved college enrollment to a rate that surpasses that of whites.
Para Heidegger, la metafisica es aquel pensar propio de occidente que busca determinar al ente en su ser. Su punto de partida esta en los entes mismos, en lo finito, en lo limitado, en las cosas mismas.
La nocion de sujeto, constituye uno de los conceptos de mayor tratamiento en tanto esta ligada a la idea de conciencia y como ser del lenguaje.
A continuacion, intentaremos explicar la relacion que hay entre el concepto ser de Parmenides y de Sartre a traves de la elaboracion de "lo que se piensa" y "lo que es".