SOLVERE. To unbind; to untie; to release; to pay; solvere dicimus eum qui fecit quod facere promisit. 1 Bouv. Inst. n. 807.

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Most recently, she founded Solvere Global Solutions, a boutique global employee benefits and business strategy consulting firm.
solvere tenetur summam 500 dollariorum americanorum pro emolumento Cl.mae Patronae ex officio, necnon summam 300 dollariorum americanorum pro expensis processualibus.
10: <<Oportet autem eum qui vult recte solvere, ut perducat solutionem usque ad id ubi non sit amplius dubitatio; quod istd non faciunt>>.
Or perhaps at first one said sitare, like secutari, and solutare from which soltar for solvere, as I said on p.
venerat occiduis mundi de finibus hostis Luxuria, extinctae iamdudum prodiga famae, delibuta comas, oculis vaga, languida voce, perdita deliciis, vitae cui causa voluptas, elumbem mollire animum, petulanter amoenas haurire inlecebras et fractos solvere sensus.
"Absolute" (from the Latin "ab" from; "solvere," loosed from) quite literally means "not-limited." Hence, it is not "unlimitedly," "absolutely" true to state that "the door is closed " It is only "limitedly" true, accurate.