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What does the Latin phrase 'Amor caecus est' translate to in English?
Comparense: Si el ciego guia al ciego, ambos van a peligro de caer en el hoyo (del latin Caecus autem si caeco ducatum praestet, ambo in foveam cadunt) Si l'aveugle conduit l' aveugle, tous deux risquent de tomber dans le trou (T.
Four species are newly recorded in Brazil: Arrhopalites caecus (Tullberg, 1871) Borner, 1906; Lepidocyrtus neofasciatus Wray, 1948; Folsomides famarensis Fjellberg, 1993; Sminthurides aquaticus (Bourlet, 1842) Folsom, 1896; and 1 genus, Neelus Folsom, 1896.
caecus as well (both exotic species) whereas pond fish was infected with only T.
Lessert, 1923 (2010) Oonopidae Oonops caecus Mokhotlong Benoit (1975) Benoit, 1975 (29[degrees]17'S 29[degrees]05'E) * Oxyopidae Peucetia Dippenaar- maculifera Not specified Schoeman et al.
kaihi), Fi kaihi 'cataract' seems best explained as a loan from Proto-Germanic *xaixaz (> Gothic haihs 'one-eyed '; cognate with Latin caecus 'blind ').
73 Mutus surdus caecus dotis nomine obligantur, quia et nuptias contrahere possunt.
Plutarch, giving an idealizing interpretation of names like Caecus ("blind"), praises the morals of calling familiar things as they are (Coriol'.
Si enim non cognoscatur obiectum, nec virtus potest cognosci, sicut nec caecus potentiam visivam cognoscere potest, quia obiectum non cognoscit, scilicet colorem.
6: Plerique, ut Faber et Caecus Burgensis, contendunt debere constanter legi, a Deo, quia habetur Hebr.
Appendix The Aqueducts of Rome Length Date Discharge Location (km) built Constructed by (cubic m) Appia 16 312 BCE Appius Clausius Caecus 73 000 Anio Vetus 64 273 BCE Manius Curius Dentatus and Lucius 175 920 Marcia 91 144 BCE Quintus Marcus Rex 187 600 Tepula 18 125 BCE G.