quidam


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quidam

(ˈkwiːdæm)
n
an unspecified or inconsequential person
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``Pax vobiscum,'' reiterated the Jester, ``I am a poor servant of St Francis, who, travelling through this wilderness, have fallen among thieves, (as Scripture hath it,) quidam viator incidit in latrones, which thieves have sent me unto this castle in order to do my ghostly office on two persons condemned by your honourable justice.''
Rand almost certainly would not have given money to an Ethiopian quidam. But, as Cowen notes, she "is the one writer who best understood the importance of production to moral theory." She also emphasized the "the creative individual mind" and the importance of ideas, which are "the wellspring of economic growth."
The show has had a devoted fan in me since 2006, when I attended a performance of their production "Quidam" and my definition of the word "circus" was turned upside-down.
quidam nomine Dantes Allegeri de Florentia poeta vulgaris, laudabilis
The company will use the capital to complete development of its platform and accelerate its go to market strategy with long term strategic advisor and first client, Deloitte, strategic partnerships with value-added resellers IBM and Quidam, and strategic alliance with Capgemini.
I have been touring with Cirque du Soleil for more than 17 years now and have been in three big shows - Quidam, Corteo and Amaluna.
It's also brought Dralion in 2013, Alegria in 2009 and Quidam in 2006.
Ripon Select Foods Cock o'the North Showjumping Championship: Douglas Duffin riding Richard Jenkinson's Quidam BZ.
The Prestatyn rider claimed the WOW Saddles Star on Quinara S, a 10-year-old bay mare by the Quidam De Revel stallion Quinar and owned by Dean Johnstone.