gradatim

gradatim

(ɡrəˈdeɪtɪm)
adv
step by step
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The company has a coat of arms and a Latin motto, Gradatim Ferociter, which translates to "Step by Step, Ferociously." It's a phrase applicable to every facet of Bezos' life and ventures, but very aptly affixed to his biggest passion.
Nevertheless, Davenport does effectively capture the essence of the barons by citing their companies' mottos: SpaceX with "Keep your head down, plough through the line"; Bezos with "Gradatim Ferociter" or step-by-step ferociously; and Branson with "Screw it, let's do it."
Los canones que recogen los supuestos previstos, utilizan expresiones como: <<non exclusa dimissione e statu clericali>>, <<puniri potest dimissione e statu clericali>>, <<in casibus gravioribus dimittatur e statu clericali>>, <<gradatim privationibus ac vel etiam dimissione e statu clericali puniri debet>>, <<aliae poenae gradatim addi possunt usque ad dimissionem e statu clericali>> (cfr.
Augustine's formulation is especially interesting for its use of the imperfect tense--Deus per angelum loquebatur, et Virgo per aurem impregnabatur-as if to suggest that the conception occurs gradatim, through extended conversation and progressive understanding.
Cellulae axiales 30-50Lim diametro et 70-100[micron]m altae, gradatim decrescentes usque cellula apicalis tholiformis, 7.0-7.5[micron]m diametro et 7.0-10[micron]m alta.
9 explica que Dios <<eligio a Israel para pueblo suyo, hizo una alianza con el y lo fue educando poco a poco (gradatim).
Independent software vendor Gradatim has migrated to the Windows Azure cloud platform to simplify its service configuration and gain global scalability, Microsoft (Nasdaq:MSFT) said on Tuesday.
Exterior appendix grisea, constans e magna basali cellula extra prominenti et 3-4 superpositis cellulis gradatim minoribus, ex quibus confertus caespes elongatorum ac fusciorum antheridiorum gignit.