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The Latin insita, used here as a past participle modifying vis, is taken from insero, inserere, insevi, insitus and means implanted, innate, or inborn.
Cupido sive Eros coelestis ille est et sanctus amor qui pudicae et purae insitus animae a natura est, unde eius nominatur maritus, quia artissimo naturae vinculo cum Psyche coniunctus est.
Pulchritudo autem dei radius, quatuor illis insitus circulis circa deum quodammodo revolutis, huiusmodi radius omnes rerum omnium species in quatuor illis effingit: species illis in mente ideas, in anima rationes, in natura semina, in materia formas appellare solemus.
This 14-page power point market brief is an update of G2 Solutions acquisition research into persistent unmanned ISR, with revised forecasts covering systems ranging from Boeing Insitus Scan Eagle to Northrop Grummans RQ-4 Global Hawk and derivatives.