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NUDE. Naked. Figuratively, this word is applied to various subjects. 2. A nude contract, nudum pactum, q.v.) is one without a consideration; nu de matter, is a bare allegation of a thing done, without any evidence of it.

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But, in full power mode, the grunt continues into the midrange, where the Nuda pulls strongly from one corner to the next, making it a blast on twisty roads and fast round town where it's a traffic light GP winner .
If you intend doing this to a standard Nuda remember the recalibrate the speedo or you'll get a nonsense reading
But in full power mode the grunt continues into the mid-range, where the Nuda pulls strongly from one corner to the next, making it a blast on twisty roads and fast round town where it's a traffic light GP winner.
The total number of described names incorporates synonyms, nomina dubia, nomina nuda, and incorrectly assigned material.
Unlike the widespread later edition of 1686 with only Emblemata nuda, it had etched pictures.
Homo sacer: Il potere sovrano e la nuda vita [Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Naked Life].
Saepe aliquis, foliis ubi nuda cacumina vidit, Esse putat Boreae triste furentis opus; Aestibus hic, hic me spoliatam frigore credit; Est quoque, qui crimen grandinis esse putet.
Moreover, the novel ends rather cryptically, and intentionally so, as follows: "I leave this manuscript, I do not know for whom; I no longer know what it is about: stat rosa pristina nomine, nomina nuda tenemus.
whether as nuda verba or in the 'framework of the eucharistic prayers').
NUMBER 107 in the famous Czech samizdat Padlock series, Nuda v Cechach (Boredom in Bohemia, translated here as Living Parallel), began to circulate in Prague in 1976 and immediately gained recognition as a significant contribution to both the art of literature and the understanding of the author's contemporaries.
Konecki and Targett (1989) found that cod icefish, Lepidonotothen larseni (Nototheniidae), in waters adjacent to the Antarctic Peninsula utilize the spongocoel of the hexactinellid (glass) sponge Rossella nuda as a substrate on which to deposit their eggs.