astare

astare

(əˈstɛə)
adv
in an obvious or pronounced manner
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Nox erat et terris animalia somnus habebat: effigies sacrae diuum Phrygiique penates, quos mecum a Troia mediisque ex ignibus urbis extuleram, uisi ante oculos astare iacentis in somnis multo manifesti lumine, qua se plena per insertas fundebat luna fenestras; tum sic adfari et curas his demeredictis: 'quod tibi delato Ortygiam dicturus Apollo est, hic canit et tua nos en ultro ad limina mittit.
136-7) no tiene nada que hacer, pues te andas ocupando de asuntos ajenos) sed tristis egreditur; tristem astare aspicio; blande appellanda est blande haec mihi mala res (341) appellandast (Cas.
121-3): fama uolatpulsum regnis cessissepaternis/Idomenea ducem, desertaque litora Cretae,/hoste uacare domum sedesque astare relictas.
Esta profunda fe biblica se manifiesta claramente en la liturgia de la Iglesia, cuando en la segunda plegaria eucaristica -Anafora de la Traditio Apostolica recogida en el Canon de Hipolito del siglo III- se habla de los fieles cuya mision consiste en astare coram Te et Tibi ministrare.
I knew some people in the stands had radios and could just as quickly turn and shoot astare to the press box if I said a groundball was a line drive.
Toshiba arm Westinghouse gets French nuclear engineering firm Astare
has agreed to acquire Astare, a French nuclear engineering company headquartered near Paris.
The cost of the Astare deal is estimated at 1 billion to 2 billion yen, industry sources said.
Toshiba spokesman Keisuke Omori said Astare has a group of highly skilled nuclear engineers and has been providing services in the French market, where a total of 58 nuclear reactors are operating currently.