inwit

inwit

(ˈɪnˌwɪt)
n
the sense of right and wrong that governs a person's thoughts and actionsunderstanding or reason

inwit

- Usually means "an inner sense of right or wrong," but its more general meaning is "reason, intellect, understanding, or wisdom."
See also related terms for intellect.
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Later on, Vodafone announced an agreement to combine its Italian tower portfolio with INWIT SpA, the towers unit of Telecom Italia.
ENPNewswire-July 29, 2019--VODAFONE FINALISES NETWORK SHARING PARTNERSHIP WITH TELECOM ITALIA AND AGREES TO COMBINE ITALIAN TOWERS WITH INWIT
Vodafone Group PLC (LON:VOD) has agreed deals to spin off its Italian passive towers network into Milan-listed Inwit SpA in return for [euro]2.14bn cash and a stake in the company.
INWIT, Italy's largest provider of neutral host services, is collaborating with CommScope to deliver superior mobile voice and data services today with readiness for 5G.
I suddenly understood what Joyce had meant by the ancient Gaelic words "agenbite of inwit": the quick, harsh impact of an abiding failure of character.
The disposal of TI's stake in Telecom Argentina has now closed, while Fitch believes a further sell-down in towers operator, Inwit is likely.
Agenbyte of inwit. Let that be his contract then, with the gods: he will punish himself, and in return will hope the story of his caddish behaviour will not get out.
2 Modelo de ingreso laboral A) Ecuacion: Inwit = p\nwit-i + faIndurit + facia + faa% + Vi H" Git In wu-1 0.652 *** Log de la duracion en el periodo de contribucion 1.060 *** Edad 0.093 *** Edad (2) -0.016 *** Constante 0.787 *** Num.
The notion of self-punishment through confession is evoked in both Youth and in Summertime by the repetition of the phrase "Agenbyte of inwit" (Youth 130 and Summertime 4).
a:dlig 'sick', a:gi:tan 'waste', andsacian 'dispute', belae:wan 'betray', craeftig 'skilful', forrae:dan 'plot against', forwyrht 'misdeed', (ge)andettan 'confess', (ge)edcwician 'revive', (ge)fulwian 'baptize', (ge)ha:lgian 'hallow', (ge)wi:tegian 'prophesy', gifol 'liberal', inwit 2 'wicked', myrdrian 'murder', oferhogian 'despise', rx:swan 'think', uncu:d 'unknown', unhold 'disloyal', u: dwitian 'study philosophy', widersacian 'renounce'
The Ancient Mariner's story is just such a symbolic-diegetic complex; and he himself is a "Scriptural" order of personage, all "background," driven by an ineluctable past, by the agenbite of inwit.