quaesitum

quaesitum

(kwiːˈsiːtəm)
n
something that is sought; the solution to a problem
[Latin]
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The recognition of the fragile equilibrium between stability and diversity, and order and chaos, as well as nature's spatio-temporal dynamics, is--from the point of view of the land ethic--a quaesitum of the right action .
3 Paulus Libro xxxiii ad Edictum: uEmptio et venditio sicut consensu contrahitur, ita contrario consensu resolvitur, antequam fuerit res secuta: ideoque quaesitum est, si emptor fideiussorem acceperit vel venditor stipulatus fuerit, an nuda voluntate resolvatur obligatio.
at non ingenio quaesitum nomen ab aevo excidet : ingenio stat sine morte decus.
Ideoque quaesitum est, si emptor fideiussorem acceperit, vel venditor stipulatus fuerit, an nuda voluntate resolvatur obligatio.
Medici cum obstetricibus consentiebant penuria matrimonii morbum quaesitum, malum in dies augeri, aegritudinem ingrauescere; dum aetatis aliquid supersit, nuptiis ualetudinem medicandum>> (69.
lt;<Quevedo en los margenes de su Simaco>> en Munus Quaesitum Meritis: Homenaje a Carmen Codoner, Salamanca, Universidad de Salamanca, 2007, pp.
Natura fieret laudabile carmen an arte, quaesitum est; ego nec studium sine diuite uena nec rude quid prosit uideo ingenium; alterius sic altera poscit opem res et coniurat amice.
2] level output is [Mathematical Expression Omitted] and [Mathematical Expression Omitted], the entire quaesitum is solved.
A thought-provoking parallel is Aemilius Paulus's trial of Aetolians mentioned above, in which even Livy acknowledged that magis utra pars Romanis, utra regi favisset quaesitum est, quam utra fecisset iniuriam aut accepisset (45.
Lucius Titius Stichum magistrum navis praeposuit: is pecuniam mutuatus cavit se in refectionem navis eam accepisse: quaesitum est, an non aliter titius exercitoria teneretur, quam si creditor probaret pecuniam in refectionem navis esse consumptam.