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delenda

(dɪˈlɛndə)
pl n
formal items to be deleted
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And so like Cato in the ancient Roman Senate who because of his passionate desire to subjugate Carthage the then arch-rival of Rome, always ended every speech he made in the Senate with the words, Carthago delenda est (Carthage must be destroyed), I would like to end these my remarks by once again repeating the view that I have expressed on many occasions namely, that if our country is to succeed on the road to political stability and realisation of its rich development potential, it must by restructuring its present governance architecture return to the true federalism that it practiced in the years before the military intervened in our national politics in January 1966.
Yo necesitaba recordar que no es un cuento, sino que fue un hecho..." Ortega finaliza su archiconocido "error Berenguer" con la sentencia Delenda est Monarchia.
Durante la fase ulterior, la llamada dictablanda, y los pasos dados por parte de las fuerzas pro-republicanas hacia un acuerdo politico, Ortega publico una serie de comentarios en El Sol (entre ellos, sobre todo, Delenda est monarquia y El error Berenguer) que generaron un gran impacto, con el fin de acelerar una reconstruccion del Estado que, ante la anormalidad constitucional de los anos veinte, habia quedado vaciado.
It is why the takeaway from the Helsinki Summit is not peace in our time it is Russia delenda est - i.e.
EB On the topic of survival, I'd like to ask about the violence that language is capable of doing, the censorship and erasure addressed in "Delenda Undone," where you write "on the outskirts of every empire, there are man-made / lakes large enough to receive with ease / one hundred villages' worth of bones tossed into them." Is it our job as poets to undo erasure?
Martinez describes Zuckerberg's bearings during the speech as "aloof and disconnected," but talks about his intense stare that "bordered on the psychopathic." Zuckerberg ended his speech with the phrase, "Carthago delenda est," which means, "Carthage must be destroyed."
Which Roman statesman is said always to have ended his speeches with some variation on the words "Cathargo delenda es", meaning Carthage must be destroyed?
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