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Robert Burns: "Here's freedom to them that wad read, "Here's freedom to them that would write, "There's nane ever fear'd that the truth should be heard, "But they whom the truth would indite."
In his dialogues between Socrates and Ion (in The Ion), Plato argues a poet is only able to create that which the Muse dictates while he is in a state of irrationality, "for a poet is a light and winged and sacred thing, and is unable ever to indite until he has been inspired and put out of his senses, and his mind is no longer in him" ('The Ion', 534b in Plato, 1925).
Resultados: Se encontraron asociaciones positives entre el puntaje general del indite de empoderamiento y el uso de un metodo anticonceptivo en todos los paises (razones tie riesgo relativo, 1.1- 1.3).
Some ditty sure he doth indite. His lute and books about him lie, as symptoms of his vanity" (1:23).
And with what quill did the Secretary of the Society for the Suppression of Cruelty to Ganders formally indite his circulars?
Indict', which is often misspelt as 'indite', came third followed by= 'manoeuvre' at the fourth place
Indict - often written wrongly as indite - was third.
The ICC cahrged the 65-year-old Bashir with five charges of crimes against humanity, two counts of war crimes for murdering, exterminating, torturing and forcibly transfering populations in Darfur, but did not indite him for genocide.
William Shakespeare provided characters like the Nurse from Romeo and Juliet ("she will indite him to some supper") (14) and Dogberry from Much Ado About Nothing ("O villain!
Who shall indite aright this course partite for a five-jog knight?
He tends to preach rather too much and his call for some sort of mass reparation to the descendants of enslaved Africans fails to indite those who originally sold these wretched people into slavery.
The invocation begins with a fusillade of negations explaining how the narrator is 'Not sedulous by Nature to indite | Warrs' (IX.