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In fact, the terms habit and habitat both derive from the Latin habitare, meaning "to live, inhabit, and dwell," where the essential link lies in how environments habit-uate organisms to particular modes of dwelling ("Habit," 2016; "Habitat," 2016).
Contractor address : Habitare di Boga Emilio & C.
laedit te quaedam mala fabula, qua tibi fertur valle sub alarum trux habitare caper.
Ille autem qui consulitur, docet, qui in interiore homine habitare dictus est Christus, id est incommutabilis Dei Virtus atque sempiterna Sapientia: quam quidem omnis rationalis anima consulit; sed tantum cuique panditur, quantum capere propter propriam, sive malam sive bonam voluntatem potest.
Bowra associated this epigram with the damage wrought by monks on pagan monuments and statues after Theodosius' law of 391, damage which Theodosius himself tried to restrain with a law passed in 390: quicunque sub professione monachi repperiuntur, deserta loca et vastas solitudines sequi adque habitare iubeantur ('whoever is found professing to be a monk, let them be ordered to seek and inhabit deserted places and vast areas of solitude', Cod.
1-2 Prima Syracosio dignata est ludere uersu / nostra neque erubuit siluas habitare Thalea.
Me quidem ipsae illae nostrae Athenae non tam operibus magnificis exquisitisque antiquorum artibus delectant, quam recordatione summorum uirorum, ubi quisque habitare, ubi sedere, ubi disputare sit solitus, studioseque eorum etiam sepulcra contemplor.
in" [en] viene de innan-, residir, habitare, quedarse en; "an" [junto a] significa: estoy acostumbrado, familiarizado con, suelo [hacer] algo; tiene la significacion de colo, en el sentido de habito y diligo [.
vii,1: "ad utilitatem omnium pertinentia, qui per occidentales partes habitare noscuntur".
Carrero Santamaria, "Ecce quam bonum et quam iocundum habitare fratres in unum.
language, "inn" or habitare, Heidegger considers our beingness