quaere


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quaere

(ˈkwɪərɪ)
n
a query or question
interj
ask or inquire: used esp to introduce a question
[C16: Latin, imperative of quaerere to inquire]

quae•re

(ˈkwɪər i)
Archaic. v. imperative.
1. ask; inquire (used to introduce or suggest a question).
n.
2. a query or question.
[1525–35; < Latin, 2nd person singular imperative of quaerere to seek, ask]
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You search your heart in vain for a reason to look (quaere te ipse in corde tuo), and then you look.
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(46.) Inverting Thomas a Kempis Dimmite amnia transitoria, et quaere aeterna (Imitation of Christ, 3.1.2), at http://www.thelatinlibrary.com/kempis/kempis3.shtml (accessed October 19, 2011).
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La estructuracion actual de la eucologia del tiempo De Cotidiano en el MHM es identica, en cuanto al numero de formularios, a la del manuscrito T4 de Toledo, donde encontramos despues del domingo XVII la rubrica quaere superius, del mismo modo que en el actual MHM encontramos en ese mismo domingo la rubrica Pro oratione admonitionis et aliis, quaere superius in ...
In "Falling in Love Cream Crab" we find a painful passage in which the poet puts some ideas for a play on words into the poem in place of the play on words itself: "You have been placed in a queue are / Verkehr in the community, substitute to produce alternative / puns with fakir, with quaere, and finally / with hair, i.e.