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saltus

(ˈsæltəs)
n, pl -tuses
(Logic) a break in the continuity of a sequence, esp the omission of a necessary step in a logical argument
[Latin: a leap]
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Fraser worked all is life in financial services and wealth management, and before his illness as a Compliance Manager in Manchester for Saltus.
Jones, Hannah, Gargi Bhattacharyya, Will Davies, Sukhwant Dhaliwal, Kirsten Forkert, Yasmin Gunaratnam, Emma Jackson, and Roiyah Saltus 2015 "Go Home: Mapping the Unfolding Controversy of Home Office Immigration Campaigns.
Savannah Loder is a graduate of Saltus Grammar School.
Una prueba mas que muestra la importancia del bosque en esta zona es el origen etimologico del nombre del pueblo de Santa Linya que proviene de Saltus Ilicineae, que significa bosques de encinas.
La estrategica ubicacion de Libisosa en relacion con la red comercial y militar que vinculaba el saltus castulonensis y la capital conventual de Carthago Nova tiene su reflejo en la cantidad y calidad de los materiales hallados en el yacimiento albaceteno.
Ahora, con las implicancias que suponen las propiedades que definen el continuo, Leibniz propone anticipadamente uno de los principios que mas tarde sera clave en la teoria de la evolucion: Natura non facit saltus, cuya traduccion literal es la "naturaleza no da saltos".
The prime minister also checked on the workflow in various developmental and service projects that included Salt Heritage House, the new Salt Hospital building, the Salt Industrial Estate, the Ring Road, the Uqba Bin Nafi Plaza and the Saltus Hotel, which also includes a vocational training facility.
Ese abrupto territorio, que debio ser un autentico saltus, constituiria la frontera oriental de los Lancienses Oppidani con los Coerenses o Caurenses, cuyo oppidum eponimo seria Caurium (Plin.
33) Hopkins mentions in passing the atomistic and evolutionary accounts that mire themselves in contradiction, "the ideas so rife now of a continuity without fixed points, not to say saltus or breaks, of development in one chain of necessity, of species having no absolute types" (Oxford Essays, p.
This article is based on a collaborative research project which involved Principal Investigator Hannah Jones and Co-Investigators Gargi Bhattacharyya, William Davies, Yasmin Gunaratnam, Emma Jackson, and Roiyah Saltus, as well as the authors.
Here Coke's gloss is as follows: "High-wood is properly called Saltus, quia arbores ibi exiliunt in altum.
She graduated from St Stephen's High School and the Saltus School.