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pas·sim

 (păs′ĭm)
adv.
Throughout or frequently; here and there. Used in textual annotation to indicate that something, such as a word or passage, occurs frequently in the work cited.

[Latin, from passus, past participle of pandere, to scatter, spread out; see petə- in Indo-European roots.]

passim

(ˈpæsɪm)
adv
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) here and there; throughout: used to indicate that what is referred to occurs frequently in the work cited

pas•sim

(ˈpæs ɪm)

adv.
here and there (used in bibliographic references).
[1795–1805; < Latin, =pass(us), past participle of pandere to spread out, extend + -im adv. suffix; compare pace1]

passim

A Latin word meaning scattered, used to mean that something referred to occurs frequently in a text.
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passim

[ˈpæsɪm] ADVpassim

passim

advpassim, verstreut
References in classic literature ?
passim; his division of the inhabitants, 38; would have the women go to war, 38; Aristotle's opinion of his discourses, 38; his city would require a country of immeasurable extent, 39; his comparison of the human species to different kinds of metals, 40; his account of the different orders of men in a city imperfect, 3
Padova: CEDAM, 1989, passim. No direito brasileiro, alias, em interessante argumentacao, Edilson Vitorelli defende o uso da prova estatistica como um dos instrumentos habeis a perquirir a vontade de um grupo, de modo a refleti-la em processos coletivos (VITORELLI, Edilson.
Referring to companies in the sole business of enforcing patents beyond their actual value, Trolls are a recent installment in the history of an intellectual property whose ubiquitousness the latin word passim ( here and there, Everywhere ) neatly captures.
This was revealed by Major Faisal Passim Al-Dukhi, acting head of the Department of Traffic and Patrol Department of Sharjah Police.
the Netherlands, 49 Criminology 1149 passim (2011).
(9) VAN GELDEREN, Martin: The Political Thought of the Dutch Revolt, 1555-1590, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2002, passim; LUCAS, Stephen E.: "The Plakkat van Verlatinge: A Neglected Model for the Declaration of Independence," in HOEFTE, Rosemarijn and KARDUX, Johanna C.
CHIOVENDA, Principii di dirittoprocessuale civile (3), Napoli, 1923, passim. DE SAUSSURE, Cours de linguistique generale, a cura di Bally-Sechehaye- Riedlinger-de Mauro (1972), 1985, Paris, p.
Even so, and despite its apparent "anachronism" (5) with respect to classical ideals, male friendship was a hot topic and one which preoccupied some of the most famous literary figures of the Middle Ages and Renaissance: Dante, Boccaccio, Alberti, Speroni, Ariosto, Tasso, and, of course, Giraldi, whose Dialoghi claim it as the bedrock of "la felicita civile" (Ecatommiti 2: 1183-84 and passim).
A denominacao Poesia Visual, embora predomine, nao da conta do fenomeno, pois reduz tal producao aos limites dos codigos da visualidade, os quais, apesar da suma importancia, nao tem exclusividade nesse territorio em que o elemento sonoro, verbal ou nao-verbal, comparece e, as vezes, assume uma importancia capital (Khouri, 2007: passim).