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Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R., April 13, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Parcus Group, a global provider of training and consulting services for the telecom sector, today announced that it has reached agreement to deliver training services to help Vodacom Lesotho improve their customer service experience, accelerate time to market for new product developments and ensure products better meet the needs of their customers.
Para conseguir que un personaje pierda sus rasgos especificos y se quede solo en el estereotipo, un recurso efectivo y muy usado por Plauto es, efectivamente, la caricatura (Cebe 9 y 120), es decir, la exageracion brutal del defecto moral del personaje tipo, como ocurre con Euclion, el senexauarus de Aulularia, donde el senex pater queda desdibujado en algun momento ante la fuerza caricaturesca (Garcia-Hernandez, 230) del pappus parcus:
(15.) Rudolf Kanzler, Bayerns Kampf gegen den Bolschewismus, Munich: Parcus, 1931, 9-11.
In 2007, Parcus Medical was founded by industry veterans with decades of experience creating implant and instrument solutions for tendon and ligament repair.
(88) In suffectu opresorum deuotus, in releuatione miserorum promptissimus, in interueniendo discretus, in negotiis dirimendis strenuus, in prouidencia iudicii equus, in sentencia parcus, in uindicatione iusticie singularis, in disceptatione laudabilis, in oratione iugis, in diuinis laudibus mirabilis.
In Odes 1.34 (parcus deorum cultor et infrequens, a cautious and sporadic celebrant of the gods) Jupiter is all-powerful (valet ...
Anotacion al margen izquierdo de <<symachus in uerbis parcus sed mente profundus, / Prodigus in sensu, uerbis angustiis.
Creber primo in genere, in secundo parcus Terentius: contra Plautus in primo rarus, in secundo frequentissimus.
The earliest mention of the Rotton Park area is from 1307 when the Warwickshire Assize Roll has an entry for poachers in the "Parcus de Rotton juxta Birmingham" - Rotton Parknear Birmingham.
Parco, procedente del latin parcus, es un adjetivo que califica al "escaso o moderado en el uso o en la concesion de las cosas".
The literary origin of "pure serene" goes much farther back, to a Latin poet and poem known (it would seem) to every British schoolchild--namely, Horace and his ode 34, book 1, which begins with the well known line "Parcus deorum cultor et infrequens" ("I, a chary and infrequent worshipper of the gods").
parcus ob heredis curam nimiumque severus adsidet insano.