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APRIL from the Roman name Aprilis, possibly from Latin aperire (to open), in allusion to its being the season in the northern hemisphere when trees and flowers begin to 'open'.
Scurrilitates vero vel verba otiosa et risum moventia aeterna clausura in omnibus locis damnamus et ad talia eloquia discipulum aperire os non permittimus.
Six Japanese brands will also make their show debut in the new Japan Pavilion - Springle, LPD, Lecostyle, Verb Creation, UBIQ and B by Aperire.
The word is derived from the Latin verb aperire, which means "to open.
19) "Quia non est inventus neque in caelo, neque in terra, neque subtus terram quis dignus aperire librum, et solvere septem signacula ejus, nisi ipse leo de tribu Juda; radix David, qui aperit et nemo claudit, claudit et nemo aperit, virtus et sapientia Dei"; In Matt.
Considerazioni sul processo"; Teresa Bonaccorsi, "'Clausos rerum aperire sinus.
See also Ysagoge, 213: "Illa vero verba: `quod voce pudor est confiteri,' ita exponunt, quod `voce confiteri' accipiunt pro `manifeste' vel `publice aperire.
From the Latin aperire, "to open" an aperitif is a light, alcoholic drink designed to prime the palate without overwhelming the senses.