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La palabra pampa proviene del kichwa que significa espacio sin limites; el termino 'claustro' deriva del latin claudere que significa cerrar.
1996): "Modalites pratiques d'implantation des cadastres romains: quelques aspects (Quintarios claudere.
Basedonthe Williams' (1928) study, Evans (1953) classified species Notocyphus with the ethological sequence: Venari, Pungere, Ovum, Claudere (VPOC = hunting, paralysis, oviposition and nestclosing).
Main Entry: clois * ter Word Origin: Middle English (in the sense 'place of religious seclusion'): from Old French cloistre, from Latin claustrum, clostrum 'lock, enclosed place', from claudere, 'to close'.
El primero hace referencia al sentido etimologico de ex claudere, que apunta a cerrar, a dejar fuera de un lugar a alguien o algo (Moliner, 2007).
Root: The Latin word claudere, meaning "to close" or "to shut," gives us the root clud.
Ave porta poli, noli te claudere mota, Vota tibi grata data suscipe, dirige mentem Entem sinceram, veram non terreat ater, Mater virtutum etc.
Bracchia et vulture teretisque suras integer laudo; fuge suspicari, cuius octavum trepidavit aetas claudere lustrum.
The phrase delitias pedibus claudere is a double entendre: it can refer to the tight metrical structure of poetry, as opposed to the sermo solutus of prose.
nec, uelit insidiis altas si claudere ualles, I dura placeas umeri retia ferre negent), A.
clausulaplural clausulae Latin, ending, close of a rhetorical period, a derivative of claudere to close