Mutatis mutandis


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MUTATIS MUTANDIS. The necessary changes. This is a phrase of frequent practical occurrence, meaning that matters or things are generally the same, but to be altered, when necessary, as to names, offices, and the like.

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Mutatis Mutandis does have to drop slightly in trip this afternoon, but a better start should enable her to cope with the shorter distance.
And the one to beat might be MUTATIS MUTANDIS, which blew the start and flew home when sixth in the Pretty Polly, when she finished just ahead of Brooch.
supplemented at a cost of €25,000, the Ed Walker-trained Mutatis Mutandis steps up in grade and is on a hat-trick following a handicap win at Windsor and a listed success at Nottingham.
MUTATIS MUTANDIS (Ed Walker) CAME with a superb run from last to first to land a second successive win in a Listed contest over 1m2f at Nottingham this week.
AFTER a confidence boost in handicap company Mutatis Mutandis can gain some a valuable success in the British Stallion Studs EBF Totepool Nottinghamshire Oaks Stakes.
AFTER a confidence boost in handicap company Mutatis Mutandis can gain some valuable success in the British Stallion Studs EBF Totepool Nottinghamshire Oaks Stakes.
Se respira en ella, mutatis mutandis, la atmosfera que se respira en La tempestad, el prologo al Persiles o los ultimos ensayos de Montaigne: una atmosfera alegre, serena, benevola, conciliatoria.
His argument for an ontological and inhomogeneous past-present-future structure ("ppf") within a light cone logically entails that, mutatis mutandis, more than that single light cone has the same ppf structure.
El estudio de Baraibar muestra certeramente ese arte de estar sin estar, que Pedrarias de Almesto practico y que, mutatis mutandis, anuncia la triste tradicion moderna de los funcionarios de los regimenes dictatoriales que, una vez pasado su momento, acaban reivindicando su condicion de testigos, cuando no de victimas.
Here's another poll that confirms mutatis mutandis the previous electoral preferences of Tunisians.
Asimismo, debe destacarse la opcion metodologica de la autora en lo concerniente a la literatura (y mutatis mutandis tambien al cine).
Thiemann, in a subtly argued essay, finds Luther's theology of the cross a valuable hermeneutic for engaging in inter-religious dialogue: " Mutatis mutandis, we should hardly be surprised if, in our own times, authentic witness to the truth comes not from those who are the apparent insiders within Christianity, but precisely from those religious Others who too often have been consigned a place beyond the pale of truth but may in fact be carriers of it" (244).