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Selgitati vAaAaAeAnlja mehe- ja naisematuste osakaal (vastavalt 39,8 ja 60,2%), keskmi vanus (meestel 31,3 ja naistel 28,2 aastat) ning kogukonna suurus (79-84 indiviidi, kellest 40 olid tAaAaAeAniskasvanud vanuses 17-45 aastat, 13 ol kuni 8-aastased lapsed, 22 olid teismelised ja 9-10 olid vanurid; abielupaare oli kokku 20).
Ka sAaAaAeA jameeste vanus 15-50 aastat on pigem maksimaalne.
5) En el interesante trabajo de Kevin Lynch (2005) "Echar a perder" el autor expone un rastreo etimologico del termino deterioro (waste en el original ingles), aduciendo que es "semejante al latino vanus (vacio e inutil) y a la palabra del sanscrito que significa "falto de algo", deteriorado o deficiente" (Lynch, 2005: 155.
Audisti et illam ob hoc ipsum ex vivente in statuam fuisse conversam; audisti rursus Orpheum tune Eurydicem, hoc est profunditatem iudicii, amisisse, cum retro respexit: iners et vanus est venator qui regreditur non progreditur] (Ficino, Epistolario I, 20).
The Hebrew, hebel, comes from the French, vanus, meaning empty.
And finally, facing the sea-bull summoned by his father to kill him, Hippolytus confidently judges it an "empty terror," because "conquering bulls is my father's work" (haud frangit animum vanus hic terror meum / nam mihi paternus vincere est tauros labor, 1066-7).
The language varies: "omnis processus et condenacio factus vel fiendus et omne bannum datum seu dandum" or "omnis inquisitio et processus factis vel fiendis predictorum occasione sit cassus vanus vana et capsa [sic] et nullius valoris" or "omnis processus factus vel fiendus tollatur et cancelatur et ulterius non procedat.
Since he [Amour] shall be the spouse of an immortal," Vanus responds.
Koch 1846); Euophrys quilpuensis Simon 1901, Attus vanus Nicolet 1849 and Anus vestitus Nicolet 1849 are synonymized with Euophrys rusticana (Nicolet 1849) comb.