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38) <<Dioecesis, vel plures dioeceses simul, iuxta praesentes adunationes, stabilem structuram constituere possunt per quant servitium hoc praebeatur et componere, si casus ferat, quoddam Vademecum elementa essentialia ad aptiorem indaginis evolutionem referens>> (RP 3).
Yet this language of softness also describes Propertius's own compositions: he composes soft verse and a soft book (mollem componere versum, 1.
Non nostrum inter uos tantas componere lites: et vitula tu dignus et hic et quisquis amores aut metuet dulcis aut experietur amaros.
Unde generaltter functiones ellipticas argumenti imaginarii u + iv, moduli k, componere licet e functionibus ellipticis argumenti u, moduli k, et aliis argumenti v, moduli k'.
E quando alli et finalmente summopere componere alli fue, fallo una llego al lugar de curaret in certamen grant contienda que Fecide donde le ruentes immixtus turbe aquel dia se levantara fuera dicho que et incognitus, ab entre los cibdadanos fallaria a su padre.
39) Although composition and compose are unmistakably cognate with Aquinas's terms compositio and 37 32 componere, Owens prefers the semantically parallel but Greek-based terms synthesis and synthesize.
com)-- Dimitrina Stamboldjiev Kutriansky will show new works at her upcoming exhibit at Componere Gallery of Art in the St.
Mas adelante con la obra Si parva licet componere magnis, 2011, (Figura 5) reconstruye las pequenas tazas de te aumentando su tamano real, descontextualizando el objeto en si y aportando una nueva mirada a lo ya realizado.
54) Molanus, sobre la representacion de las virgenes, senala: "Virginum imaginibus coronam ex floribus conseriam imponimus, quia et virginitatis et florem carpere, et ex eo fauum et mel componere, de quo dicitur, 'Fauus distillans labia tua sponsa: mel et lac sub lingua tua' [Ct 4,11].
1-4 <<Maximus, Caesaragustanae urbis episcopus, multa uersu prosaque componere dicitur.
The Cyclops Polyphemus falls in love with the nymph Galatea and, in an attempt to improve his appearance, he watches his own face reflected in a pool, arranging his features into a more pleasing expression: et spectare feros in aqua et componere vultus (Met.
Perspex's piece hence opens with the observation that the RA event 'opportunely coincides with the greatest "show" Russia has ever put on in the theatre of history' before he quotes Virgil: 'Si magna licet componere parvis' (if small things may be compared with great).