Secus

SECUS. Otherwise.

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Modestia is a fine virtue," continued the gentleman; "however, as to your speech, I must say mihi secus videtur: yet I am willing to suspend my judicium.
Thales stated that using a pair of SECUs offers for better control integrity and streamlines the system, enhancing reliability and integrity.
Sed a Coryceo tamen quodam tuis ais esse auribus insussurratum, reprehendi ab illo me quodam loco, quod albae lineae proverbium secus acceperim, quam debui, videlicet in bonam partem.
The full passage: Ego denique vespera, dum polentae caseatae modico secus offulam grandiorem in convivas aemulus contruncare gestio, mollitie cibi glutinosi faucibus inhaerentis et meacula spiritus distinentis minimo minus interii.
Poenorum qualis in arvis, saucius ille gravi venantum volnere pectus, tum demum movet arma leo, gaudetque comantis excutiens cervice toros fixumque latronis impavidus frangit telum et fremit ore cruento: haud secus accenso gliscit violentia Turno (4-9).
West Lancashire council secuS red the ban on Fulton, now of Cullen Drive, Litherland, entering the Digmoor area and much of Skelmersdale, or interacting with or contacting his ex partner and her family, until August 16, 2012.
Under a brilliantly executed ride from Eddie Ahern, who quickly overcame his widest-of-all draw in stall 21 to secus re the inside berth on the rail, 14-1 shot Overturn made every yard of the running in this 2m showpiece to win by two and three quarter lengths from Drunken Sailor, with Desert Sea half a length back in third place, just ahead of Stanstill.
Some of SECUs product and service offerings highlighted during the event included the credit union's green mortgage, green vehicle loan and SECUs online options such as e-statements and bill pay.
crenulanti indusiis minoribus fugacibus, laminis abaxialiter squamis non bullatis secus axin, adaxialiter glabris inter venulas atque rhachidibus costis costulisque abaxialiter eglandulosis differt.
His newest work, ``Three,'' is made up of three sections: Bellus (Beauty), Humus (Earth) and Secus, which translates as both ``this'' and ``not this.
Laudamus frequentem aspectum aquae nitidae, viridis rubeive coloris, hortorum nemorumque usum, deambulationem secus flumina perque amoena prata suavem; equitationem quoque, gestionem navigationemque lenem valde probamus, sed varietatem imprimis facilesque occupationes diversaque negotia non molesta, assiduam hominum gratiosorum consuetudinem.
Iste liber fuit compositus per Iohannem Awdelay capellanum qui fuit secus et surdus in sua visitacione [.