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simul

(ˈsɪməl)
n
(Chess & Draughts) a shortened form of simultaneous2
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Populus me sibilat, at mihi plaudo Ipse domi simul ac nummos contemplar in arca.
Nam simul expletus dapibus, vinoque sepultus Cervicem inflexam posuit, jacuitque per antrum Immensus, saniem eructans, ac frusta cruenta Per somnum commixta mero.
220Ille simul manibus tendit diuellere nodos perfusus sanie uittas atroque ueneno, clamores simul horrendos ad sidera tollit : qualis mugitus, fugit cum saucius aram taurus et incertam excussit ceruice securim.
He had already won medals in Europe and his parents took him on tours in which he would play simuls games against large numbers of skilled players.
SIMUL 2011: The Third International Conference on Advances in System Simulation, p.
Borella's interpretation of the Lutheran simul is that "the redemption of Christ, by which we have been justified, lets us remain inveterate sinners as long as we live; it simply covers us like a mantle.
Gravia in Trochoide descendentia, alterum a D, alterum a quolibet alio puncto P, simul pervenient ad C.
Boecio, y con el Tomas de Aquino, sostienen que la idea de eternidad se predica de una vida superior, tota simul.
The organization, called Simul Legimus (Latin for "together we read") pairs volunteers with elderly people at nursing homes.
s words, "Luther's Christology, rather than determining his soteriology, rather derives from it" (65), which is why Luther felt driven to describe not just the Christian sinner as simul justus et peccator, but even Christ himself.
Football Manager 2007 A soccer simul at ion second to none.
Res inter alios acta, aliis neque nocere, neque prodesse potest Simul stabunt, simul cadent