sumere

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fegura < ffguram [figure], fogir < fugere) [to escape]; and in other cases, it was not (vezinho < vicinus [neighbor], somir < sumere [to disappear]).
The allopathic effects of phenolic compounds in seagrass are well known according to what was pointed out by Dumay, Costa, Desjobert, and Pergent (2004); as a matter of fact, polyphenols inhibit growth and germination of the Magnoliophyta (Harrison, 1982), and interfere in their physiological functions like antioxidants (Osawa Ramarathnam, Kawakishi, & Namiki, 1991) and enzymatic inhibitors (Van Sumere, 1989).
2) He forlet pa Ipoet swurd stician on him 7 gewende him ut aet sumere opre duran, od Ipoet he eft becom to his agenum geferon.
Si queras Numquid idem est sumere sacramentum et sacramentaliter sumere.
lt;<egregii quotiens exissetfoederis auctor, stipatur sociis, circumque armata clientum agmina privatis ibant famulantia signis; ipse inter medios, ne qua de parte relinquat barbariem, revocat fulvas in pectora pelles frenaque et inmanes pharetras arcusque sonoros adsimulat mentemque palam proclamat amictu, necpudet Ausonios currus et iura regentem sumere deformes ritus vestemque Getarum; insignemque habitum Latii mutare coactae maerent captivaepellito iudice leges>>.
mi Patres circa praedicta dubia formaliter non se expresserunt, se limitantes praedictae Relationis sumere notam>> (P.
exarsere ignes animo; subit ira cadentem 575 ulcisci patriam et sceleratas sumere poenas.
102) <<Angelus nequit Xpum intueri in hoc Sacramento>> (Un angel no puede ver a Cristo en este Sacramento) y <<Angeli non est Sacramentum sumere nec ministrare>> (Un angel no puede tomar ni administrar el Sacramento).
Improbus est homo, qui beneficium scit sumere, & reddere nescit (93).
Christ's response, "It is not good to take the bread of the children, and to cast it to the dogs" ("Non est bonum sumere panem filiorum, et mittere canibus"), (7) again dealt only indirectly with her plea and employed negatives and exclusive categories.
Castitatis alumni et discipuli temperantiae, natum ex virgine Deum castitatis, plenis labiis celebremus, et spiritalis ovis corpus sumere digni effecti, caput simul cum pedibus sumamus.
In eas res ex omnibus narrationibus Tullianis licet sumere exempla.